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…Turkey is an easy food to pair with. It makes friends with just about any lighter wine – from Rosés to Pinot. The Rosé’s and whites (like Sauvignon Blanc) go well with the white meat, but if you like the dark meat which can be a bit gamey in taste, pair it with a wine that has more body like a Pinot.

Ham, another Christmas favorite walks the line between red and white meat, making it an excellent candidate for a good pairing with a Rosé. A quality Rosé is a great wine to pair with tricky foods because it is light and not overpowering. It shakes hands with it’s dining companions, instead of shouting throughout the meal for attention…

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…I was lucky. I had two crazy-good teachers to introduce me to this concept. Rich Reich (Brix at the Shore, Long Beach, CA) and Lisa Albanese (Cheese Addiction, Long Beach, CA) spent an afternoon with a panel of wine and food writers showing us the ropes…

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…Here’s the “Lucky Seven” wine choices: Champagne, Chardonnay, Beaujolais, Ruffino, Rioja, Cabernet and Moscato. I’ve tasted every one of these wines alongside Kyle and Tristen. Each is a sizzling pick at an affordable price point…

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…Interview Linda Kissam about southern Oregon attractions and wines…

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Who says you need to go to a faraway wine country to have a memorable wine experience? What if I told you there is an unforgettable wine adventure available to wine lovers in downtown Los Angeles? It’s true.

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