Posts Tagged ‘pinot noir’

French Wines: Bouchard Père et Fils Réserve Bourgogne Rouge 2011

The holidays are a time for food, family and, of course, French wines. Not surprisingly, during this season of giving I can often find myself a bit cash-strapped. For this month, I therefore wanted to choose a […]

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2009 Château de Sancerre Rouge

Lovers of French wines often have a special place in their hearts for pinot noir. Some even consider the pursuit of the ultimate pinot to be the wine equivalent of the pursuit of the holy grail. Why do the […]

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Champagne: A Girl’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Fit for Your Flute

If you love champagne but don’t give it much of a thought, except for responding with an enthusiastic yes anytime you’re offered a glass, then good news—it gets even better. For the casual imbiber, champagne is more like fashion than wine: almost everyone buys bubbly by the brand name, looking for the familiar orange label of Veuve Clicquot, the Moët star or the white orchids of Perrier-Jouët.

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