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Grocery Store Find

Last weekend, I perused my local grocery store’s (Meijer) wine aisle, bracing myself for yet another disappointment, when I was drawn to one label. Yes, there was one bottle that gave me hope of a great glass of wine with my beef-filled dinner. … Continue reading

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A Steaky Bordeaux Blend

I’m working through my Sonoma finds, and tonight, I needed something to pair with a ribeye steak and potatoes. Steak, in my opinion, cries out for a Bordeaux varietal. In Sonoma I found a Merlot-based blend that did the trick … Continue reading

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To Aerate or Not to Aerate, That is the Question

In our instant gratification society, who has the time to let wine breathe? Seriously, when was the last time you opened a bottle, decanted it, and waited up to an hour to let the wine adjust to its new surroundings? I don’t … Continue reading

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