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The Pairing Weekly

Spanish Quarter’s blend is actually a very good bridge between cabernet sauvignon and Spain’s signature grape, tempranillo.

The natural response is to pair oysters with a sauvignon blanc, but if you want to try something you might not have picked up in awhile, get an albariño.

Several celebrities own vineyards and/or wineries and although you may not have tried the wines, the names are certainly familiar.

A bottle of St. Supéry's Napa Valley has all the fruit and mild tannins that you'd expect from a signature California cab.

Layer Cake selects grapes from vineyards all over the world and their malbec is sourced from Argentina’s famed high-altitude Mendoza Valley.

Sangiovese is the main grape in the popular Tuscan table wine, Chianti, and if you imagine that, then you’ll enjoy the sangiovese produced in California.

Rioja in Spain, like all great wine regions that are identified with a grape (in Rioja’s case, the grape is tempranillo), has a winemaking tradition that is far more complex than a single variety.

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