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    Spring has arrived, supposedly. Judging from the freezing temperatures and snow flurries outside, a healthy dose of doubt is warranted. But very soon there...


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    Having just returned from California, and Napa Valley specifically, I’m in a bit of a Cabernet state of mind, not that there is anything wrong with that....


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    Sometimes one feels like a nut, sometimes one doesn’t. I may be reaching here, but I love the simplicity of this statement, and to paraphrase while...


  • Pairing with Wild Mushroom Lasagna

    When the weather turns cold, not everyone is looking forward to a meat-heavy meal. While there are many alternative options for people to choose from, there...


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    While this is a classic Italian, and more specifically Southern Italian, way of celebrating Christmas Eve, its broad appeal is undeniable. What could be...


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    Pinot Noir has become a serious contender in the world of fine wine. There was a time when the name Pinot Noir was an obscurity amongst the average wine...


  • 4 Top Viogniers for Roast Turkey

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    It’s funny how people like to stay within their comfort zones. When most of us get into wine, it’s usually a question of French or Italian. As we explore...


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    Thinking back, I can remember a time when Merlot was all the craze. It was widely popular and one of the most planted varieties around the world. Now, I find...


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