So, you're planning a wine tasting party. You got creative with the invitations and followed SwirlSavvy's advice in creating your own by using the bottom of a wine-stained glass as a stamp on blank invitations. You followed our protocol and are starting off each tasting with a glass of ice cold Prosecco. And maybe you went all out and decided to do a travel-themed tasting with wines from every region in South America. Whew! All set to go, right?
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Almost - here are a few foods that are notoriously hard to pair with wine:
Don't pair sweets with dry wines
Don't bring out the blue cheeses early in the tasting. They'll coat your mouth and you won't be able to eat much else