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The Serious Eats Cheese and Wine Pairing Cheat Sheet

Drinks Meg Houston Maker 12 comments

It's New Year's Eve, and your guests are about to come tumbling in. You set out bowls of salty snacks and a grand platter of cheeses. There's creamy white chèvre, a Stilton, some Brie, nutty aged Gruyère, tangy Vermont cheddar, and a splurge-worthy chunk of 4-year Gouda. It's time to start popping corks. There's Champagne, of course, and let's see—what else? What wine goes best with all those cheeses? More

Holiday Wine Pairing Advice: What to Drink With Ham, Lamb, Prime Rib, and More

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It's worth picking up a few bottles now so you're not stuck with just the choices at your grocery store when you go to get that last-minute stick of butter. (Who are we kidding...more like that last-minute 10 sticks of butter.) Here's our holiday wine pairing advice—our picks for the best wines to drink with crab, porchetta, ham, lamb, beef, duck, and goose. More

The Serious Eats Guide to Port

Drinks Meg Houston Maker 12 comments

Holiday foods are about spice and berries, nuts and chocolate, roasts and cheeses, caramel, ginger and jam. There's one wine that pairs with all of it, and that wine is port. More

The Best Sparkling Wine Under $25

Drinks Maggie Hoffman 8 comments

There aren't many more perfect pairings than sparkling wine with sushi, fried chicken, or mac and cheese. Here are our 15 favorite non-Champagne sparklers under $25—perfect for a classy celebration. More

Which is the Best Nonvintage Champagne?

Drinks Maggie Hoffman 7 comments

We tried 23 different bottles to figure out which nonvintage Champagnes tasted best. What's the best value in this region of fancy bubbly? Here's what we found. More

The Serious Eats Guide to Sparkling Wine

Drinks Sarah Chappell 11 comments

Sparkling wine is made all over the world, and all of the different regions, grapes, and methods of production can be a bit daunting, so we have endeavored to bring you a quick and easy guide to the differences between bottles of bubbly. More

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