Wine: Keep the festive season simple
With so many competing tastes at the Christmas dinner table, your best bet is to make sure your wine choices are classic crowd-pleasers
Christmas is steeped in tradition and its customs go deep to the heart of the home. You only have to strike up a conversation about Christmas stuffing, for example, to learn that what is sacrosanct in one house would lead to tyranny in another.
For this reason, I always think that Christmas is not a time to push out the boundaries. Instead, know your audience and keep it classic.
This time of year is so...
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