Autumn’s Claire-ity [sic]

    … RBuchanan photo: View south over Okanagan Lake toward Summerland, Naramata and Peachland as autumn arrives. Lately when it comes to my personal blog, I’ve been following the first half of Ernest Hemingway’s advice well. However, I’ve not been delivering so much on the second part of his advice to “Live it up so you can write it down.” In autumn…

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    Some Last Minute BC Wines for Thanksgiving

    … lemon in colour. It has a youthful aroma with citrus and pear fruits, as well as some vanilla and lees. The wine is dry with medium plus body and has a round mouth feel. It does have medium plus acidity that manifests as an acidic prickle on your tongue. Lots of tropical fruit, in particular banana and pineapple, together with green melon and citrus…

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    More Thanksgiving Wines

    … Chef Dave Schy’s savory and delectable dishes rocked the crowd at our November food and wine dinner this past Sunday at Cooking with Class. The energy buzzed around the demonstration kitchen as guests kept Chef and I busy tossing around Thanksgiving tips, ideas and stories. The wine picks for our holiday-themed dishes were Secateurs 2012…

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    What Wine to Drink on Thanksgiving

    …) a nice glass of wine. I’m talking about Thanksgiving, of course. While there are other important days on the American calendar (Labor Day, Memorial Day and the Fourth of July), none has a specific ritual of consumption like this particular one. Enlarge Image Illustration by Marc Rosenthal for The Wall Street Journal The wine served…

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    Thanksgiving Wines

    … We took four wines on a Thanksgiving test drive at the October food and wine pairing dinner last week at Cooking with Class – an Australian white, an Italian rosé and two southern hemisphere reds. In the end, it was a photo finish as each wine held its own as a pairing contender for Thanksgiving dishes. As with so many other aspects of wine…

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