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Tag Archives: Port
Fall, the most wonderful season of all; crisp cool air, sunshine and football. I was raised on football, The New York Football Giants to be specific. My father began taking my siblings and me to games in the early 60’s … Continue reading
Wine and food are practically inseparable in my life. Cooking with wine is essential if you want to make any of these traditional dishes, omitting the wine will produce a shallow image of the original dish. Some folks believe you … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is well behind us, but the Turkey is still a centerpiece at many Christmas dinner tables. If your December holiday menu will include Turkey, Duck or a Truducken, take a look at this article I wrote on Thanksgiving Wines … Continue reading
In my house, holidays begin with Champagne and end with Port. Traditional Port wine is produced in Portugal and is encumbered with numerous wine laws that can make your head spin if you try to sort them all out. Just … Continue reading
With hints of woodsy leather and a plum rind flavor, this very old porto still delivers a powerful finish. Enjoying it very much with Triple Creme & Blue Cheese. If you can track it down figure about $ 220, knowing … Continue reading