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A Winning Pairing: French Fries and Wine

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What wine goes best with French fries? The trade group Wines of Southwest France held a Gourmet French Fries Competition in New York on June 6 to find …

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Tasting: Pascual Toso And The Evolution of Argentinian Wine

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Argentinian wines are evolving. They were the fifth most imported wines into America in 2014, only 3,000 gallons behind France, according to the 2015 Beverage Information …

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Tasting: Top-Shelf Tempranillo From Spain’s Figuero

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Spanish wine has room to grow in America. Despite the country’s exceptional wine industry, one steeped in history, many American consumers remain unfamiliar with Spanish wine. …

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Wine Tasting: Ruca Malen’s Food-Friendly Argentina Malbecs And More

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Argentina’s wine industry, suffice to say, is no longer a sleeping giant. Poised for global breakout at the dawn of the 21st century, the country has since delivered on …

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How Top Operators Are Changing Customers’ Tastes For Riesling

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Bone dry and mineral-tinged or unctuous and dessert-like, it’s never been a sweeter time for riesling. The highly aromatic, über acidic white varietal is classic, consistent …

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Wine Pairing Strategies For Spring Dishes

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When springtime finally arrives, thoughts turn to fresh produce from market stalls, mild sunshine-filled days and a return to lighter, brighter flavors. The best wines for …

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Sherry On Top: Why Fortified Wines Are Gaining Traction

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As one of the most versatile wines in the world, ranging from bone dry to rich and nutty to the dessert styles, sherry is “a pairing …

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How to Drink Wine in Winter: Food Pairings and Party Must-Haves

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Winter is meant for wine. Sure, every season is a good time to uncork a bottle. But something about the snow and cold weather outside makes …

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Crisp Fall Pairs

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Somms offer picks for seasonal wine matches Autumnal flavors, like the season, represent a midpoint between summer and winter. “Fall is the perfect ‘Goldilocks’ level,” says …

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A Study in Soave

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Twelve miles east of Verona sits one of Italy’s most historically celebrated white wine regions. In 1931, Soave joined Chianti as the country’s first two areas recognized as delimited wine-producing …