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Pairing Wine with Salmon

Salmon and Wine

Pairing Salmon and Wine Offers A Number of Choices

I have to admit that I’ve been dreading this post more than virtually any other one. I hate Salmon. No… wait a minute. Hate isn’t strong enough a word. I despise Salmon. I loathe it more than almost any other food with the possible exception of any kind of liver, and calling liver food is a stretch. Read More

Pairing Wine with Duck, Goose, Turkey and Chicken

Wine with Duck

Pairing Wine With Duck – Red Wine or White Wine?

You know what really sucks about writing blog posts for the Holidays. Well first, it’s the Holidays so writing blog posts is kind of like work and who really wants to work during the Holidays? Second, there are lots of distractions. Drinking wine, visiting with family, drinking wine, buying gifts, drinking wine, attending parties and drinking wine while at them, interminable amounts of driving and drinking wine – not at the same time however. Read More

Pairing Wine with Prime Rib and Filet Mignon

Wine and Rib Roast

Paring Wine with Standing Rib Roast and Prime Rib

Sometimes just the length of a blog post can convey how complicated a concept it’s trying to convey. Long blog post – it’s probably a complex idea. A short blog post on the other hand is likely to convey a simple idea because it just doesn’t need much of an explanation. It’s so simple and intuitive that even writing it is a borderline insult to the reader’s intelligence. Read More

Pairing Wine with Ham

Wine and Ham Pairing

Pairing Wine with Ham Offers a Host of Possibilities

If you are serving ham for your holiday meal, there is a fundamental question you need to answer before choosing a wine to pair with ham. What type of ham do you have? There’s a plethora of hams … canned, fresh, bone-in, bone out, spiral cut, black forest…and you know what? None of that matters. Read More

Pairing Wine with Pork Roast

Wine and Pork Roast

Pairing Pork Roast with Wine – There’s Lots of Choices

I love wine with pork roast. It has so many variations that pork and wine pairing offers endless combinations. I don’t know why so many people feel that pork roast is a meat that has to be covered up by a sauce, glaze or fruit compote. It’s fantastic by itself just nicely seasoned. Read More

Pairing Wine With Your Holiday Main Course

Wine with Roasted Turkey

Pairing Wine With Holiday Meals Is Easy If Your Know The Tricks.

Type “Holiday Main Courses” into Google and you’ll get a pretty typical selection of meats that are commonly served as a main course for Christmas or Hanukkah. However, many of those recipes also decide to get very creative with their ingredients, which makes providing simple food and wine pairing advice rather difficult. They can be simply seasoned and roasted, complimented by sauces that are subtly flavorful or something so overwhelming, you can’t tell if you are eating chicken, beef or fish. Here’s a free piece of advice and even though we are a wine site, pairing food with wine goes hand in hand. Don’t buy a nice piece of meat and then turn it into a mystery meal by covering it in a sauce so overpowering, that you could be eating a piñata and it would still taste the same. Read More

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