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Myth of mixology and wine cocktails in summer

Technically speaking, there's a difference between a wine cocktail and proper cocktail. The former is predominantly wine while the latter is generally liquor. 
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Ancient Greek traditions and modern wines

Greek wines aren't an ancient in tradition, they offer modern alternatives to globally popular varieties and wine styles.  
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Sweet Teutonic vino treats for a pleasurable feast

Personally, I try to follow modern medical mandates and avoid high sugar foods except of course when I have the opportunity to savor a wonderful sweet wine. 
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Creating a perfect dining ambience in your own home

This week, I'll give you three important tips on drinking wine in the comfort of your home and introduce a perfect wine for springtime drinking.
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Wine and literature served at the right temperature

The pages of great literature liberally flow with tales of wine.
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Trial and error: Pair wine with Chinese cuisine

With a lot of dogma coming from wine experts and wine schools, one might suppose that wine was a consensus subject. Nothing could be further from the truth.
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Wines to fight those delectable, deep-fired delights

The two most important qualities that make wines ideal companions to deep-fried foods are acidity and tannins. The former is the most important.
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Try a light sparkly to celebrate the Lantern Festival

Some days offer unique opportunities to pair wines with celebratory foods. The Lantern Festival is one such day.
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How to make a wine and cheese night memorable

I suggest the growing number of local gourmets share their love of cheese with a glass or two of wine. Why? Because they are perfect partners.
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Pretty in pink perfect with sticky rice cakes

When considering wine pairing the most important characteristic of niangao is the sticky texture.
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