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Pairing Wine and Cheese with Football

As you eagerly await the Super Bowl showdown, impress your guests with the perfect cheese board. Why not pair your afternoon watching modern gladiators with some wine and all-American cheese?...

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Wine-To-Study-This-Year? Pinot Noir

For those of you who caught our #SipWithKaren live Twitter Tastings in November and December, you know we’re lovers of pinot noir . The reasons? See below. • Pinot noir...

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Wine Etiquette Tips for the New Year

Peter Post is the great-grandson of etiquette guru Emily Post, and one of the directors of the Emily Post Institute . We reached out to him for some advice on wine etiquette to help us...

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(All-) American Wine Story

Veterans Day (November 11) is the holiday where we honor great Americans heroes and great American stories. Fittingly, therefore, we thought it appropriate to review the film American Wine Story...

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The Best Wine Bars in Your City: New York

New York City is packed with incredible wine bars, each one boasting a talented sommelier behind its wine list and a passionate chef in the kitchen. We share a few of our favorites below. Enjoy!...

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Move Over Lattes; Pumpkin is Good for So Much More

Pies, spice, and cold weather. Like it or not, the season is upon us for the indulgent fall dishes and beverages that involve pumpkin. Instead of waiting on line at your local coffee shop for...

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Finish Your Fall With Great Sips

November marks the beginning of the holiday season, but there are still a lot of great opportunities to sip before you sit down to Thanksgiving dinner and start your holiday shopping....

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The Where and Why of Wine Bottle Shapes

The most basic aspect of wine packaging – the bottle shape – can tell you a great deal about the wine before the cork is even popped. Read on to learn about the basic bottle shapes...

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Life with Wine: Bordeaux

In recent years, many iconic Bordeaux châteaux have been restored by cutting edge architects, achieving a delicate balance between the aesthetics of timelessness and modernity. The elegant...

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Sommeliers Who Go Back to the Cellar

Most wine professionals who achieve the incredibly difficult pinnacle of wine expertise by becoming a Master of Wine (via the Wine & Spirits Education Trust ) or Master Sommelier (via the...

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The region of Cornas in the Northern Rhone is best known for what types of wines?

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