Do you need a different glass for different wines?
Can you drink red wine with fish or white with meat?
Is it true that only red wine needs decanting?
What is the proper way to taste wine in a restaurant?
Who better to ask these questions to than world-renowned wine critic and our good friend, Jancis Robinson. During Jancis' World Atlas of Wine tour in the US earlier this year, she and Richard popped into Food52 to bust some of the biggest wine myths around.
Richard and Jancis together answer the questions about wine that perhaps you've been too nervous to ask. They talk us through how our wine glass is "the only wine glass you will ever need": it can go in the dishwasher, can be used from anything from sherry to champagne, and has "bones of steel" despite being "perfectly dainty". Read the full article here. Thank you Food52!
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With Christmas now less than a month away, we can't help but start to think about what is going to feature on our Christmas cheese board this year. Better yet, which wines are we going to match them with?
We could think of anyone better than Wine Expert, Writer and Presenter of the Wine Show Joe Fattorini to recommend his cheese and wine pairings for a foolproof Christmas lunch. Like Joe, we will of course be using the "One Glass for Every Wine" Jancis Robinson wine glass, which comes in handy in such situations as we'll be tasting whites, reds and sweet wines!
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