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Blog Archive for January 2012
The credit should all go to the wine however, because it does a lot from the back seat to make this work. Texturally, there is a distinct juiciness with the Milano and Nebbiolo together.
Somewhat belatedly, we find ourselves in the depths of winter, although I’m still not sure if we’re totally there yet. I’ve been anticipating blizzards and all the challenges they bring with them since, ooh, November, so I wasn’t disappointed when...
Not thrilled about winter's (albeit delayed) arrival? House Sommelier Mark has some a tip on a new wine that'll make winter's arrival a little more bearable for you and your friends.
This week's pairing is a marriage of Kentucky's very own Tomme de Nena and Domaine Sauvete, a white wine from the Loire Valley in France. Read all about why these two work so well together!
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts: the key to any great song, any great painting and this spectacular pairing!
The cheese and Porter pair well together. The hazelnut and macadamia nut notes in the cheese glide easily into the root beer/caramely flavors in the beer. The buttery texture of the cheese needs a little more acidity from the Porter to completely cut through the fat and leave the tongue singing.
It's winter and everyone is eating soup these days and we all know that soup is better with cheese, but lets stray away from the cheddars, the alpine cheeses and the parmesans of the world for a second and try something else, something new maybe.