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The Best Wine to Pair with Chicken

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Chicken is a favorite protein known for its versatility. It pairs with so many different seasonings, side dishes, and accompaniments. It’s economical and a flexible protein to pair with wine. The meat itself is a bit of a hybrid—part lean white meat, part rich dark meat. A simple roasted chicken, for example, pairs equally well […]

The Best Wine Pairings for Football Season and Tailgating

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Most of us insist on beer at a tailgate. That’s how the knee jerks, anyway. But there are great wine pairings for football and we are on a mission to bring together the disparate fan domains of football and wine. Because a good red will bring out the flavor in the condiments. Because Riesling matches […]

Find the Perfect Wine and Cheese Pairing

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Peanut butter and jelly. Soup and salad. Pizza and beer. There are many great pairings in the world of food, but wine and cheese pairing might be the greatest of them all.  Each is delicious on its own, but when you pair the two, magic can happen. Be it tannic, light, sweet, or dry, you can bet […]

Thanksgiving Wine Pairing Guide

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By tradition, more wine is sold for Thanksgiving Day dinner than for any other meal of the year. Plan ahead what wines you will serve right along with your Thanksgiving meal to get the best value for this spectacular day. Our Thanksgiving wine pairing guide has the rundown of wines that are perfect with turkey and all […]

Halloween Wine and Candy Pairing Guide

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The ghouls are beginning to crawl out, spiderwebs are getting tangled, decorations and candy are abound and we are all getting into Halloween mode. Everything is better with a glass of wine, including your Halloween candy haul. Wine review site Vivino released its annual Halloween wine and candy pairing chart, which recommends the right varieties to pair with your treats to bring out […]

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