In Vino Veritas
In Vino Veritas
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"Wine is inspiring and adds greatly to the joy of living." - Napoleon
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How To Pair Wine and Chocolate!
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KORBEL Sparkling Margarita
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The healthier the better....
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Chalkboard wine glasses
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Learn about wine and pairings the not-so-hard way. Visit Kendall-Jackson and John Ash & Co., and taste a vodka made from grapes. All in the Sonoma Wine Country.
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creative barrel use
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wine bottles as vases
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Get this from Teracycle!
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chocolate & wine pairing varieties of both wines and chocolates, always work from light to dark. White chocolate is more mellow and buttery. It pairs best with sweet whites and dessert wines like a sweet Riesling, sherry, or muscat. Milk chocolates, chocolate mousse, and other creamy chocolate desserts compliment lighter-bodied reds. Try a Pinot Noir, Merlot, or Spanish Rioja. Dark and bittersweet chocolates go best with stronger red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon or Zinfandel