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Proper Pairings

If you’ve ever struggled with wine or adult beverage pairings, I’ve got the manual for you. The perfect drink makes the perfect moment more special. A pairing misstep may lead to a failed event which could lead to a failed day which could completely and totally ruin your ENTIRE HOLIDAY SEASON! 493 more words


Your Guide to Affordable Thanksgiving Wine Pairings

So you’re cooking for your family, your in-laws, AND a handful of others that managed to score a seat your thanksgiving dinner table. 277 more words


Today's Wine Review

Last week I was gently reminded that I now live in Washington, the second largest wine producer in the United States, so why am I still writing about California wines. 378 more words

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How to Pair Wine with Turkey

I saw this article in a post from Wine Cooler Direct and decided it was worth reposting on my own site. The original author was… 1,100 more words


Food, Wine and Fellowship

Photography:  Courtesy of Douglas Frassa

“Let us celebrate the occasion with wine and sweet words.”


“I love everything that is old; old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wines.” 662 more words


Fourth Generation Farmgirl reblogged this on fourth generation farmgirl and commented:

With Thanksgiving coming up next week for many of us, and the holidays just around the corner, I thought I would share one of my favorite posts about food, wine, and fellowship. This post was inspired by a dear friend, Scott Lockhart as well as his lovely family and staff. It's truly amazing how a few people can have such a positive impact on so many. Happy Wednesday! :)

Chimney Rock Wine Dinner @ Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, Chicago

Last Friday I had the pleasure of attending a special wine dinner at Del Frisco’s Restaurant in Chicago. The setting was beautiful!¬† The staff is well-trained, the wine director is quite skilled in his selections, and the food is amazing. 451 more words


Holiday Open House with Boisset Wines

Ready or not, the holiday season has begun.  Christmas music is already playing in the stores and on the radio, decorations can be seen on lampposts, store windows, and yes, even on homes, and the marketing ads have hit TV and magazines. 165 more words