Thanksgiving can bring out the worry. Happily, there's one area that doesn't require excessive concern, and that's wine presentation. Here are my stress-relieving tips:
One might assume different shadings of bird would pose a pairing problem, especially once you factor in the cranberry-yammy-beany caravan that trundles across the table. Not so: There are several wines that bridge the Turkey Day food gap.
Be the wine hero of Thanksgiving by bringing the perfect bottle — use our tips and wine pairing ideas.
"Septembral" is a poetic word for autumn and the cooler weather and richer, earthier food that come with it. These six wines fit the Septembral theme (and beyond).
With all of the anxiety and intimidation surrounding wine purchasing, it is a bloody shame that there is no user’s manual for visiting a wine shop. No matter: These strategies will help you get the most out of a wine merchant.
These three white wines: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Albariño will pair perfectly with seafood and fish.
Resist saving bubbly just for birthdays and ball drops and instead enjoy it throughout dinner. Part and parcel of upping your BCQ (Bubbly Consumption Quotient) is mastering these simple points.
Here are three wine types that will enchant any night of the week and won't break the bank.
How do you choose a wine once you're in a wine store? Here’s a plan of attack that even a novice can conquer.
As tempting as it is for me to serve a fine Burgundy at Thanksgiving, I've learned that most guests do not crave the fussy or the obscure. Wine at Thanksgiving should be like a Steve Martin flick: likable, uncomplicated and inexpensive.
Make the most of your football viewing experience with these wine pairings that are perfect for your favorite big-game foods.
Learn how to taste wine by using these three ways to build your wine-tasting vocabulary.
Sangria, a mixture of wine, fruit, sweetener and sometimes liquor, is capable of bringing such happiness that science should consider classifying it as an antidepressant. Here are some guidelines to make sangria as uplifting as it can be.
Enthusiasts often talk of a wine’s terroir (tare-WAHR), the consistently identifiable taste that reflects where the grapes came from.
The following wine temperature guidelines for white wine and red wine will cast your wine in the most flattering light.