Do Big Rich Cabs Really Go With Steak?

A wine dinner is a great opportunity to challenge your assumptions.  With an open mind, you might be surprised!  My confession?  I thought I would hate all the big, rich cabs.  To my surprise, several were very nice.  Now I just need to figure out how to ferret them out. After juggling multiple work schedules, … Continue reading

Wine Dinner: Riesling!

July brought our wine dinner group a Friday evening cruise on Lake Minnetonka and a very informal tasting of Rieslings.  Friday nights can be difficult for fancy meals, and who needs fancy meals anyways?  It’s really all about getting together with friends.  With the informal summer theme, we thought we would explore the world of … Continue reading

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