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Cider Pairings

Cider Pairings

For dishes that would normally have you reaching for a beer or wine, consider cider as an option and you won’t be disappointed. Cider has been on the rise in popularity for the last couple of years and with good reason. Cider’s unique characteristics and variety of styles make it…

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The Mighty Malbec

Eight Affordable & Delicious Malbec Wines

Malbec wines offer a delightful range of flavors and quality. They’re a great alternative to pricier Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Its meteoric rise in popularity in the U.S. is due to the economic troubles of the early 2000s which caused wine prices to rise, and sent Americans in search of…

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Best Breakfast Cocktails

Breakfast Bevvies – Best Breakfast Cocktails

Whether it’s brunch with pals or a vacation morning at the lake, cocktails at breakfast are the perfect way to ease into your day. With gentle, fruitier flavors than an evening cocktail, these beverages are light, refreshing, and sessionable enough to not be the end of your day. We’ve put…

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Easter Candy Cocktails

Easter Basket Inspired Cocktails

Sure, you could eat all the candy in your Easter basket, but it’s much more fun to drink it! From Peeps and jelly beans to chocolate bunnies and crème filled eggs, the goodies in your basket are practically begging to be thrown in the blender, doused with alcohol, and consumed…

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Perfect Pb&j Pairings

Perfect Pairings For An Upgraded PB&J

In sticky-sweet celebration of National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, we’ve decided to elevate this classic American staple from the lunchbox to the wine cellar. While time has proven the classic PB&J to be a thing of enduring perfection, we couldn’t help but wonder about upgrading your ingredients for a…

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Spring Cocktails

Spring Cocktails

As we shake off another Texas winter, our eyes and tastes turn to spring. With the warmer weather we’re able to satisfy our long dormant desire for the most glorious of inventions – the patio. And there’s no better way to dust off your favorite porch-sitter than with a fresh…

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Spring Wines

The Season of Spring Wines

There’s just something wonderful about that extra hour of daylight that comes just before spring. Sure, it’s dark in the morning, but it’s not like you’d be out on the porch with a glass of wine at 6am…right? It’s the fact that you can drive home in the sunshine and…

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Brunch Recipes

Waffle and Cocktail Pairings

Who doesn’t love brunch?! It’s the perfect start to a lazy weekend, and as a socially acceptable bonus, drinking is encouraged! The downfall is that if you don’t get there early, you’ll be stuck waiting in line as others take their time savoring every bite and sip, while you stand…

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March Madness Cocktails

March Mixology Madness – Cocktail Recipes

The largest non-official work holiday is almost here! Non-official work holiday? By this we’re referring to the last few weeks of March where you keep one eye on keeping up appearances and the other firmly planted on some sort of visual display showing college basketball. It’s March Madness! And while…

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Pie & Wine Pairing

Pie & Wine Pairings – Pairings As Easy As Pie

Could there be a more perfect union than wine and pie? The proper wine can turn a slice of pie into a transcendental experience. But pairing is key here as the wrong wine can overpower a sweet pie or completely clash in the palate, ruining both. But, we assume you’re…

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The Best Irish Beers, Wines & Spirits

Sláinte: The Best Irish Wines, Beers, and Spirits

When Irish eyes start smiling, knowing the proper libation to serve will help keep them that way. That being said we’ve put together a list of the top, and some obscure, Irish potations for you to keep on hand this St. Patrick’s Day. Bunratty Irish Honey MeadCreated from an old…

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Irish Pairings

Traditional Irish Foods And Wine Pairings

Instead of writing this in an Irish accent with references to leprechauns and green beer, we’re going to throw a little Irish culture at you. And by culture, we mean food. Not many of us stateside are familiar with traditional Irish fare, and assume corned beef and cabbage is a…

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