"Wine is food" is something wine people say a lot. Sometimes it's to remind ourselves that wine is an everyday object grown from dirt, sometimes it sounds suspiciously like an excuse to drink every day, and often it's as a reminder to have a bottle open on the table because of what it can do when you eat while you drink it. Some wines are better for this than others! Another thing wine people like to say a lot is "food-friendly." And all of the wines we'll be opening certainly qualify.We'll taste three wines that could be condiments, and learn why I, like many sommeliers, secretly hate getting too fussy with food pairing. Bad, good, perfect? Let's find out!
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