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The Right Wine in the Right Kind of Glass #infographic

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Spanish roast fish with broad beans & chorizo

Bake whole sea bass with white wine, lemon and chorizo to make a delicious sauce that soaks into the tender new potatoes

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Make your wine list more palatable with a little extra know how. Learn more about the basic types of red and white wine here! #redvswhite

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Winter-Spiced Pear Cocktail

A minty fresh mojito no longer seems appropriate at this time of year and yet glass after glass of mulled wine can be a bit much. This winter-spiced pear cocktail bridges that gap perfectly, it’s light but the warming spices of star anise and cinnamon and the silky texture you get from the egg white make it a great seasonal alternative.

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Wine Sweetness Chart

A simple wine sweetness chart shows the sweetness levels for different types of red and white wines. You might be surprised to find out what level of sweetness you prefer.

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Wine 101: decanting, serving temperature & using the proper glass

When should you decant a wine? What is the proper serving temperature for reds, whites and sparkling wines? Which glass should I use? All great questions that anyone who appreciates wine of any price level, may want to know.

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Tasty, crunchy and addictive, these easy to make roasted chickpeas are taken to another level with salt and vinegar. You'll want to make more than just one batch for snacking or even adding to salads. Best of all? This #recipe is #vegan & #glutenfree

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A global recipe with a local taste. All Our/Vodka is made with the same recipe, but every distillery will use locally sourced ingredients. Thereby each city will get a vodka with a local character. The 350 ml bottle with a crown cap is about keeping things simple. The handy size makes it perfect to share with friends. Our/Vodka is smooth, fresh and composed to blend well with any mixer. Keep it simple, it's vodka.

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The 5 Types Of Friends You Should Keep In Your Life

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Christmas Cup

For parties or any type of seasonal entertaining, I like a cocktail that gets poured together in a jug rather than mixed up by the glass. And this is the perfect drink for Christmas: the fizzy white wine (any dry white will do) adds sparkle, while the cherry brandy brings a tongue-in-cheek touch of great-aunt’s tipple and the ginger ale provides the perfect seasonal spiciness. Obviously, you can fiddle with the proportions if you want to make the wine stretch more, but this is my starting…

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My Vibrant Kitchen | Vegan Sage Mushroom Turnovers With Almond White Wine Cream |

Vegan Sage Mushroom Turnovers With Almond White Wine Cream

My Vibrant Kitchen | Vegan Sage Mushroom Turnovers With Almond White Wine Cream |

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An explanation of different white wines for those of us who really don't know the difference.. ;) Yeah, that's me..

Chardonnay-Typical taste in varietal wine: often wider-bodied (and more velvety) than other types of dry whites, with rich citrus (lemon, grapefruit) flavours. Fermenting in new oak barrels adds a buttery tone (vanilla, toast, coconut, toffee). Tasting a USD 15 Californian Chardonnay should give citrus fruit flavours, hints of melon, vanilla, some toasty character and some creaminess. Burgundy whites can taste very different.