Showing: 10 Classic Cocktails - British Columbia Wine Country: Okanagan Valley
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Get recipes for some timeless standards of the cocktail playbook.
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An excellent after-dinner drink, port is a wine that is both sweet and strong. Get recipes for pairing with different varieties.
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Take a tour through a few of the more notable Argentine wine regions--and select some recipes to go with the wines being made there.
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The region makes about a quarter of Australia's wine, much of which comes from Hunter Valley. Get recipe suggestions to pair with wines from Australia's New South Wales.
About half of the wine Australia produces every year comes from South Australia, the enormous state just west of Victoria. Learn more about these wines and get recipes for pairing.
Wines labeled "South Eastern Australia" tend to be inexpensive and are very often good values. Learn more about these wines and get recipe suggestions for pairing.
In this cool climate, Pinot Noir makes a serious play for stardom in a style that is bright and crisp--get recipes for pairing.
Victoria makes up this southern-most section of Australia's mainland and produces about 15 percent of Australia's wine. Find recipes to pair with glasses from this area.
Chardonnay is a big winner here, where it typically exhibits rich, complex flavors. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot thrive in the moderate climate as well.
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Learn about British Columbia wine country and get recipe suggestions for pairing with reds and whites from the area.
The Fraser Valley is BC's agricultural heartland. The main grape varieties grown here are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling and Gewürztraminer.
The first grapes grown in BC were planted in the Okanagan Valley, and it remains the province's largest wine producer.
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Tune in for a quick review of white and red wines from around the world.
Discover wine and food matchups made in heaven.
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