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If you’re serving traditional turkey on the big day, the trimmings are a helpful guide to food and wine pairing. A buttery bread sauce is an excellent match with white Burgundy or New Zealand Chardonnay, while spiced cranberry sauce or red cabbage combine wonderfully with lighter reds, such as a young Burgundy or Beaujolais. For those who enjoy a taste of everything, mature red Bordeaux has stature and depth to cope with a variety of flavours

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Englishman Christopher Merret was the first to document the process of making sparkling wine. He presented a paper to the Royal Society in 1662 – 30 years before Dom Pérignon detailed his méthode champenois

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Your choice of wine glass can dramatically change a wine. In essence, narrow varieties, such as Champagne flutes, will retain bubbles and focus aromas, while wide-bowled styles, such as a Burgundy glass, will encourage a wine’s aromas and flavours to unfurl.

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