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Annette Alvarez-Peters Didn’t Set Out to Be the Wine World’s Most Powerful Person, But We’re Lucky She Is 864 864 Hannah Howard

Annette Alvarez-Peters Didn’t Set Out to Be the Wine World’s Most Powerful Person, But We’re Lucky She Is

For such a powerful woman in a notably male-driven, infamously snobbish industry, Annette Alvarez-Peters has a refreshingly down-to-earth, warm vibe. Annette didn’t start off with plans to conquer the wine world.

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Where to Eat in Rockland County, New York

Rockland County sits on the west side of the Hudson River, just 25 miles from New York City. It’s a super diverse county, an underrated and wonderful dining destination, and an easy day trip from the city.

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For Sommelier Anna-Christina Cabrales, Community Is Everything

Anna-Christina has found new passion and purpose connecting and uplifting fellow travelers in the food and beverage industry. “Hospitality people never cease to inspire me,” she told me. “They are some of the most interesting, crazy, genuine, giving people I have met on the face of the planet.”

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RECIPES

From decadent brunch to lunch on the go to elegant dinner for a crowd, our recipe developers and chefs create unique recipes for dishes that are crave-able and pair perfectly with wine. Each recipe has a pairing suggestion, although we always encourage you to experiment.

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Holiday Cocktail Recipe: Cider Margarita

Here at Wine4Food, we love holiday cocktails and will be bringing them to you weekly this season. This cider margarita is a festive twist on a classic.

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Thanksgiving Spritzer Recipe

A classic Italian Spritz is a combination of a bitter (such as Campari or Aperol), white wine (usually bubbly prosecco) and sparkling water. The name comes from the German word for “splashing.” As the story goes, the Austrian soldiers would dilute the wine of the Veneto region with water in the late 1800s.

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Thanksgiving Cranberry Riesling Pate de Fruit

For many, the holidays wouldn’t be the same without a glittering plate of pate de fruit on the dessert table. This simplified version uses readily available gelatin as a thickener, and is so easy to prepare that it may very well become your go-to hostess gift this season.

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Wine Pairings

Find the best pairings for your favorite foods and holidays. We’ve got wine recommendations for everything from salads to Halloween candy.

What You Should Be Drinking This Thanksgiving: Orange Wine 2560 1714 Taylor Tobin

What You Should Be Drinking This Thanksgiving: Orange Wine

According to natural wine sommelier and orange wine expert Doreen Winkler of Orange Glou (a wine club dedicated to skin-contact bottles), “Thanksgiving is the best holiday meal to pair with orange wine.

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Don’t Head to the Beach without these Wines, from the Concrete Terroir

Surf. Sun. Salt. Sand. Our wine rep’s insider tips for great beach wines to sip all summer long.

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Barolo & Barbaresco: Aristocratic Wines with Distinct Personalities 2560 1707 Melanie Young

Barolo & Barbaresco: Aristocratic Wines with Distinct Personalities

Barolo and Barbaresco are the aristocratic siblings of Piemonte: powerful wines that age with grace. Like all siblings, they have distinct personalities.

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