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PAIRINGS - Wine with Food



ARTICLES

The Hipster on the Wine List
By Kathleen Culliton

An All-American C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S
By Jim Clarke

Halloween Candy Pairings
By Jim Clarke

Wine and Lamb
By Jim Clarke

Wine and Pizza
By Jim Clarke

Bottles and Bunnies
By Jim Clarke

Wines from the End of the World
By Jim Clarke

Wine Movies to Come
By Jim Clarke

Wining about Soup
By Jim Clarke

Cruise Through Valentine’s Day Drinking Loire Valley Wines
By Jim Clarke

Toasting the Great Pumpkin
By Jim Clarke

An Alsatian At The Table
By Jim Clarke

Mexican Recipes and the Wines that Love Them
By Jim Clarke

An Iberian Couple: Spanish Wine and Cheese
By Jim Clarke

The New Range of Pasta and Wine
By Jim Clarke and Amy Tarr

Making Friends with Wine and Chocolate
By Jim Clarke

Chianti Reconsidered
By Ha-Kyung Choi

Spain's Special Select
By Ha-Kyung Choi

Asian Food and Wine Pairing
By Ha-Kyung Choi and Mai Vu

Wines for Winter
By Kylene Keith

Christmas Goose and Cabernet?
By Kylene Keith

Holiday Cheers: Hosting a Wine Tasting Party
By Kylene Keith

Taking Sides: Wines for Thanksgiving
By Kylene Keith and Merrill Maiano

Fall Fruit and Dessert Wine
By Kylene Keith

Wine with Salad
By John Ash

Father's Day, Barbecues, Heaven and Wine
By Dave Smith

Sushi and Wine
By Alexis Beltrami

 

10 Wines Under $20 for Your Spring Menu
By Francoise Villeneuve

Ciao Tocai, Buongiorno Friulano
By Jim Clarke

Summer Wine Books
By Jim Clarke

Finger Lakes Rieslings: Finding the Right Touch of Sugar
By Jim Clarke

Santa Lucia Pinot Noir
By Jim Clarke

Summer Wines 2008
By Jim Clarke

Sincere About Sancerre
By Jim Clarke

Eaux-de-vie: Flavored Water with a Kick
By Jim Clarke

Brasserie Caracole
By Jim Clarke

German Pinot Wine
By Jim Clarke

Gueuze: Wild Beer, Under Control (or Controlée)
By Jim Clarke

California Viognier
By Jim Clarke

Tasting Champagne Terroir: Helicopters and Horses
By Jim Clarke

Spicing Up Your Barolo
By Jim Clarke

Enough Beer to Live By
By Jim Clarke

Gift Bottles
By Jim Clarke

Library Release Wines
By Jim Clarke

Finger Lakes Reds

By Jim Clarke

Sonoma Grape Camp

By Jim Clarke

South African Chenin Blanc

By Jim Clarke

Namazakes

By Jim Clarke

Burgundy, before Autumn Arrives

By Jim Clarke

Summer’s Here; What are you Wheating for?
By Jim Clarke

Gewurztraminer and Pinot Gris: Bilingual Grapes
By Jim Clarke

Animals in the Vineyards
By Jim Clarke

Dead Man's Chest Wine Cellar: Wine and Caribbean Food
By Jim Clarke

Rosé Champagne gets Serious for Valentine's
By Jim Clarke

Wine on Skis: Valtellina
By Jim Clarke

College, Communism, and a Confession: Tokaji

By Jim Clarke

Tips from the Cellars of the North Pole
By Jim Clarke

Carmignano: A Little Bit Of Cab Goes A Long Way (Back In History)
By Jim Clarke

Blind Tasting

By Jim Clarke

Whither Pinotage?
By Jim Clarke

Secret Syrah in New Zealand

By Jim Clarke

Semillon Goes Around

By Jim Clarke

Crushpad: DIY Wines

By Jim Clarke

Syrah Sickness

By Jim Clarke

Far From the Growing Grape Glut

By Jim Clarke

On Either Side of a Narrow Lane

By Jim Clarke

Must-Have Wines for the Summer Holidays

By Jim Clarke

What's the Fuss with Screwcaps? (Is there a Fuss?)

By Jim Clarke

The Italian Way with Chardonnay

By Jim Clarke

Red Wine is Only Skin Deep

By Jim Clarke

The Merlot Isn't Just Kidding Around

By Jim Clarke

Incanto's Wine Collars Take the Mystery Out of Wine, Or Not

By Michann Thompson

More Mourvèdre, Please

By Jim Clarke

The Wine's on the House
By Jim Clarke

Ireland: Where Being Stout is a Virtue
By Jim Clarke

Madeira Wine
By Jim Clarke

Hit the Slopes in Piedmont
By Jim Clarke

Blaufränkisch: Winter Winner
By Jim Clarke

Rias Baixas: Wine from Celtic Spain
By Jim Clarke

Holiday Happiness: Crowd-pleasing Wines
By Jim Clarke

Many Ports in a Storm
By Jim Clarke

Mondovino and the New Wine Snobbery
By Jim Clarke

Beachfront Wines from Home and Away
By Jim Clarke

Cape Crusaders
By Jim Clarke

Wine Books to Get Dad Through Summer
By Jim Clarke

Special Attention for a Middle Child
By Jim Clarke

California Wine Labels
By Jim Clarke

A Visit to the Willamette Valley, Part II
By Jim Clarke

Sommelier Survey
By Jim Clarke and Ha-Kyung Choi

Wine for the Holidays
By Jim Clarke

New Glassware
By Jim Clarke

Adult Apple Cider from France
By Jim Clarke

Je m’appellation
By Jim Clarke

A Visit to the Willamette Valley, Part I
By Jim Clarke

Making the Rest of the Bottle Last
By Jim Clarke

Wine from a Lesser-Known Corner of France
By Jim Clarke

Pinot Grigio and Some Italian Cousins
By Jim Clarke

The Wines Of Summer
By Jim Clarke

Wine Words Which Once Were
By Jim Clarke

Spirited Gifts for Father’s Day
By Jim Clarke

Serving Sherry
By Jim Clarke

Wines Down Mexico Way
By Jim Clarke

Hopscotching through Affordable Dessert Wines
By Jim Clarke

Bitters Making a Happy Ending
By Jim Clarke

Seconds Are Coming Up First
By Ha-Kyung Choi

A Bottle For My Mother
By Jim Clarke

Rare Wines Courtesy of Your Local Wine Collector
By Debra L. Clawar

Icewine, Baby!
By Mark Bell

Summertime Wine
By Abbie Gellman

A Tale of Scary Wine Service
By Alexis Beltrami

Champagne Smarts
By Alexis Beltrami

The Ratings Game
By Alexis Beltrami

The Don of Canadian Winemaking

By Alexis Beltrami


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