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On the Bottle: When and Why to Age a Wine

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Q: How do you know which wines will taste even better if you keep them a few years? My husband thinks we should keep red wines on the [&hellip…

On the Bottle: A Review of Costco's Kirkland Brand Wines

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Costco is not only the number one retailer of wines in the United States, they’ve got their own collection of wines on the shelf, a changing assortment made [&hellip…

On the Bottle: Five Ways to Get Romantic with Your Valentine's Wine

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According to Elizabethan playwright (and noted tippler) Ben Jonson, “Wine is the milk of Venus.” Whether your goal is to loosen up a shy date or impress your [&hellip…

On the Bottle: Super Bowl Wine Pairings for Under $10 a Pop

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I like drinking beer and watching football, but some of the friends I invite to my Super Bowl parties prefer sipping wine and commenting on the commercials. We [&hellip…

Portugese Wines for Winesday

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We took a wonderful trip to Portugal (by way of their fantastic wines) with a recent Winesday lesson on “Living Today.”  Heather Laiskonis, general manager of Aldea Restaurant in [&hellip…

Winesday Tips from the Traveling Sommelier

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Our latest Winesday lesson on “Living Today” was a wonderful refresher course in purchasing, storing, and decanting wine. Carol Berman, the “Traveling Sommelier,” offered up these helpful tips. Storing [&hellip…

Winesday with Ellisa Cooper

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During a recent Winesday lesson, we talked with Ellisa Cooper, director of education for The Barterhouse, and learned about some special selections (even a bubbly) that are perfect to [&hellip…

Buying bubbly?

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Buying bubbly to ring in the new year? There’s a wide world of sparkling wines out there to choose from (thank goodness, because the real deal champagne will [&hellip…