If you’ve ever been faced with the dilemma of wanting only one glass of wine (okay, maybe two) after a long day without having to waste the whole rest of the bottle, Giuliana Rancic is here to save your happy hour.
Think of Thanksgiving as a big party where all the flavors—salty, tangy, sweet, tart and more—come out to mingle. This celebration of taste-bud overload makes choosing a vino tricky, since there’s no short, easy answer to the wine-store guy’s inevitable question, “What are you serving it with?”
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Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark, a.k.a. Alie & Georgia, host Cooking Channel food-travel series Tripping Out with Alie & Georgia. Visit every Thursday for their playful spins on celebrity recipes, cocktails, entertaining ideas—and, of course, lots of laughs!
It’s not enough that Olivia Pope has to deal with party-hardy First daughters and a bullet lodged in a dead president’s head: Now The New York Times has got some stuff to say about her wine-drinking technique.
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Instead of eating a bucket-full of Halloween candy until you collapse on the couch, why not enjoy this year’s trick-or-treating loot with a complementary glass of wine?
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Hi, Great Ideas readers! I’m Andrea Lavinthal, PEOPLE’s Style and Beauty Director. When I’m not covering breaking news (in my world, that means a celebrity just debuted their new haircut on Instagram) or obsessing over the latest red carpet looks (did you see what Reese wore last night?!), you can find me enjoying a glass of Sauvignon Blanc at home. And I recently had the pleasure of visiting the home of my favorite beverage, Napa Valley.