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As we all know, no dinner party is complete without the perfect bottle of wine. So, you’ve impressed your guests with your table décor and your cooking skills– but what about your choice of wine? It’s easy to just pick a cheap bottle or maybe you’ve forked out for that expensive one that you think will get you extra marks but it’s not necessarily that simple.
Believe it or not, wine pairing is a science and there are wines that should be paired with certain food types to make the most of your meal. We know this all sounds very complicated, so we’ve put together a quick guide to get make sure that you are in the know and your next dinner party goes off with a bang! Make sure you keep reading to find out where to store your wine if you want it to age well.
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