Picking the perfect wine for your dinner party or mid-week meal can seem like an intimidating task, especially with all of the
Listen, the wine store can be an overwhelming place. Aisles upon aisles of bottles, red, whites, blends, sparkling, cava… What’s a girl to do? Don’t get discouraged! Pairing wine with food doesn’t have to be complicated or get too fancy.
A wine label is not reading Shakespeare. You don’t need an advanced degree or to bring a trained sommelier with you. Though wine labels can seem fancy, they’re not. They’re informational, like the nutritional content guide on a box of cereal. Really!
If you haven't scored tickets to Super Bowl LI, send out the invites and host your own Super Bowl party. Good Latin party food tends to be spicy food, so it's with gratitude that football viewing parties have moved beyond the pizza a
Maybe they’ll share a bottle with you.
Real talk: raise your hand if you think orange wine is made with fermented oranges? We’re not judging, it makes sense. But no, orange wine is not made from oranges or meant to taste like citrus.
How hot do you like it?
Unless you’re a sommelier, wine pairings can be a challenge cloaked in fear, confusion, and shame. (“That wine store clerk knows I don’t know the difference between a Syrah and a Shiraz!”)
And wine pairings for Latin food? Olvídalo!
For some, buying wine is an exercise in fear, confusion, and shame. Will I sound like a fool if I don’t pronounce Viognier correctly? What is the difference between Shiraz and Syrah? Will I look like el cheapo if I don’t spring for the $40 bottle?
Casual food made elegant.