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PROVENCE WINEZINE PICKS WINES FOR THANKSGIVING 2017

So you want to add a little French flair to this quintessentially American meal? But a wave of anxiety engulfed you when you remembered that seven years ago, UNESCO deemed French gastronomy to be "a world intangible heritage." The French just know how to do it. They invented the art of the table. How to set the table, how to arrange the place setting (because every plate, glass, and piece of silverware has its own place on a French table), and where in the world does one park that napkin? (Never in the shape of a turkey peering up at the guest.) Then, there’s their renowned cuisine and legendary wines and—mon dieu—the task of pairing the food and wine. It’s enough to make one reach for a Xanax before the meal even starts. But, don’t. Provence WineZine can help...
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Provençal Pairings: Wine with Food

A Well-Traveled Tavel

It isn't often that I get wines straight off the plane from the vineyard in France. But, this week, that is exactly (well, sort of) what happened. You see, Sandra Gay-Moulines, attaché de communication for the Syndicat Viticole de l'Appellation Tavel, got a couple of bottles direct from the winery, whose owner, Gaël Petit, happens to be president of the Syndicat. Sandra gave them to Susan and Towny, who brought them back to States, and then they shipped them to me. See? Direct from the winery!

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