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cookingchat Aug 5
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Mark Valin Mar 24
Great international lineup. 10 year old GrunerVeltliner from Malat had tons of life. Very rich. Angerville Clos du Ducs 2017 is remarkably accessible. Whole cluster is obvious. Drink now of keep 20. Rostaing’s Ampodium is young. Hold 5.
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Mark Valin Apr 20
I don’t know what day of the week it is but this just feels right. Sometimes less it more
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Winebuyers Apr 8
Are you ready for your feast? 🐰Get inspired with our guide to food and wine pairing 🍷👉
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The Quirky Cork Jan 26
Prepping fried chicken for a . @ Istanbul, Turkey
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Miss Bubbles Jul 24
Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life’s most civilized pleasures🍷 So fortunate to have been a part of this spectacular wine dinner!! Highlights: grilled peach & ricotta salad, shrimp ceviche & seared duck breast😋
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Forever Sabbatical Jul 28
Which cake have you tried? I tried carrot cake for the first time at the Chateau Ste Michelle Virtual Wine Dinner during Summer Wine Week in Pinal Country, Arizona. Wines and foods described in this week’s blog:
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Sharon L Jun 6
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Thomas Sorcinelli Jun 25
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Steve Roebuck Jul 23
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Sharon L Jul 19
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Acquiesce Winery Jul 26
Dinner on the patio while we with a great meal from Pietro’s of Lodi paired with our award-winning Clairette Blanche. This wine paired beautifully with asparagus and prosciutto risotto!
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Vashti C Roebuck May 4
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Matt Wilson GC Apr 12
Happy Easter. What pairs with this?
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Carolyn Martin Jun 29
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PA Wines Jun 30
Enhance your summer cookout with these refreshing local wine and seafood pairings courtesy of and .🍷🐟☀️➡️
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glenellenstar Apr 18
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Fonseca Port Aug 5
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Carolyn Martin Jun 3
Juanine aka created a Turkish feast and paired it with our Creation Syrah Grenache! Can you say Yum?!
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Mark Valin Jul 21
Austrian is very undervalued. Bernard Ott’s from Am Berg in the Wagram is excellent. Mineral driven, high line and green apple acidity balanced by bee’s wax, jicama, arugula and chamomile. Great with sushi or sea food.
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