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Just what is a sommelier and how do you use one? It’s important if you’re having dinner in an elegant restaurant with your boss, future in-laws or new squeeze you’re trying to impress.
Just what is a sommelier and how do you use one? It's important if you're having dinner in an elegant restaurant with your boss, future in-laws or new squeeze you're trying to impress.
A big advantage to the fact that America is a melting pot of various people is that there is no single great national dish. One of the freedoms we enjoy on the Fourth of July is to eat anything we want.
When the heat of summer arrives, fashionistas break out their white clothes, and we foodies break out our white wines.
When foodies seek light, crisp, lively white wines to go with light summer meals, they often turn to pinot grigio and pinot gris.
U.S. foodies love wines from South America. We think of them as rich, fruity, friendly to our palates and pocketbooks.
When the great Persian poet Omar Khayyam wrote this love-struck verse in “The Rubaiyat,” he clearly was thinking of rosé wine:
Men, for good or ill, are twice as likely as women to do the family’s outdoor grilling – a stat that hasn’t changed in decades, according to a national poll by NPD, a market research group.
What kind of person reads a 640-page book listing all 2,000 native Italian grapes? Or an off-the-wall mystery that involves murder in a vineyard in Provence? Why, it’s one of us – a wine fan.
Years ago, preparing to go abroad, I bought a 300-page book on Italian wine and painstakingly wrote down the name of every wine in it.