Tag: beverages

Eleven wine trio
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Choosing Your Holiday Wines

There is a complexity and a science to food and wine pairing, and it can be as complicated as you want it to be or as simple as you make it. Some of the best pairings combine eating what you like with what … read more

Rosé
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Enjoy the Rosé Season

The rosé season is upon us, and pink wine is all the rage. Not the pink, white zinfandel your mother (or maybe even you) used to drink, but dry, crisp wine made from red wine grapes. To make a rosé, you can start … read more

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Fizzy Orange Pineapple Punch

Beat the Heat with a Fizzy Orange Pineapple Punch

Hardly anything beats a cold, refreshing drink on a hot day. This Fizzy Orange Pineapple Punch provides a chilling moment of relaxation with the sweetness of orange and pineapple combined with the cool flavor of orange sherbet. Find more drink recipes at Culinary.net. … read more

Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse
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Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse

Bushel & Barrel Ciderhouse is Kitsap County’s first and only cidery. It’s more than a place to gather and have a pint of cider. In the year since its opening, Bushel & Barrel has become a community hub, hosting events and local meet-up … read more

Perennial Vintners Melon de Bourgogne (Photo courtesy Jefte Sanchez)
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Unique Washington Wines

If you are a wine lover, you live in the right place for great wines. Washington is the second-largest producer of wine in the United States, behind California. Washington state has over 1,000 wineries and 400 different grape growers and produces over 70 … read more

(Photo courtesy Bainbridge Organic Distillers)
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Home Bar Basics

Everyone is spending more time at home these days. Many people are working from home and schooling kids at home, and are more likely to have another couple over for dinner than they are to meet for a night on the town. If … read more

Eleven Winery (Photo courtesy Jefte Sanchez)
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Choosing the Proper Glassware for Your Wines

When cracking open a bottle of wine, most people reach for the nearest vessel resembling something that could remotely be used for properly drinking wine. But did you know that the flavor and enjoyment of wine can be largely affected by which kind … read more

Paloma Frosé
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Summer Slushies

Just because we’re all grown up doesn’t mean we don’t love a good summer slushie. Snow cones and frozen treats are one of the things that mark childhood summer memories of fun. When the weather turns hot, an ice-cold treat hits the spot. … read more

French 75 Twist (Photo courtesy Jefte Sanchez)
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Wine Cocktail Recipes

I’m a wine lover at heart and love a good glass of whatever the weather, season, food and mood call for, but sometimes I like to mix things up (literally) with a cocktail. Here are some of my favorite cocktail recipes that really … read more

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