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Still in planning mode for the holidays? Why not host a pairing party! Small plates and paired wines will create an interactive food-and-wine experience. Building your network in the wine community? This is the perfect opportunity to solidify those connections. Check out the Two Poets' recipe for a holiday soiree and let us know how your own turns out!


Mulled Wine Syrup
By: Eva Weirich
Posted: Dec. 11, 2012

Try a thicker, sweeter version of mulled wine and drizzle it into your sparkling wine or pour it over a rich and creamy mousse au chocolat. Or be charitable and give it away as gifts to your friends.


Gravy with Mulled Wine
By: Eva Weirich
Posted: Dec. 11, 2012

You can use this gravy for your Christmas turkey or other poultry like goose breast (goose has a bigger tradition in Europe than in the United States). It will be delicious.


 


Mulled wine is a long-standing European Christmas tradition that many in the U.S. enjoy as well. Writing from the Mosel region of Germany, Eva Weirich takes us with her through the sights, sounds and smells of the German Christmas markets, where mulled wine is the beverage of choice. Try her recipe and make your own mulled wine!


‘Tis the season to throw parties, one of my favorite pastimes. Deciding on the guest list, hors d'oeuvres, which cheese pairs with which wine, and every other detail that goes into planning a holiday party can be exhausting. We understand you have a wide range of guests and different palates to satisfy so here's your fail-proof wine guide for all your holiday events.


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