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New Year’s Wine Resolutions for 2017
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Congratulations! You survived 2016.

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https://lerougemiami.com/crfczdkr Thankfully, it’s a new year with lots of new options for delicious things to drink. We can’t promise that 2017 will be everything 2016 wasn’t, but at least there isn’t another election, right?

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Notice we said “sparkling wine” and not necessarily Champagne. Look, we love French bubbly, but we don’t always have the budget for the expensive stuff and there are sparkling wines from a lot of different regions that are super tasty and that pair beautifully with everything from summer BBQ to my-boyfriend-just-dumped-me brownie sundaes. Whether you have a vast wine cellar in your home or just a few dedicated spots for wine on your refrigerator shelf, vow to always have at least one bottle of bubbly on hand at all times.

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Buy Zolpidem Online Eu New research shows that organic wine actually tastes better than conventionally produced wine, so why not start sipping something a little more natural? Look for wines that have “natural,” “biodynamic,” or “organic” on the label and see if you can taste the difference.

Drink Outside the Box

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Aim for Quality Over Quantity

Buy Zolpidem Tartrate 5Mg My fiancé and I recently made a vow to cut out the twice-weekly veggie burger runs and put those savings towards a nicer meal at a more interesting place once a month. It’s not that the veggie burger isn’t delicious (it really, really is), it’s that we miss expanding our minds and our palates. We’re applying the same concept to wine and we recommend you do, too. Use your “drink less” resolution for good by buying better bottles less often.

Discover Portuguese Wine

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Alana Luna
Alana Luna
Alana is a freelance food and wine writer currently living in Las Vegas, NV. She is a lifelong hospitality enthusiast, having been born into the industry and raised in restaurants (and perhaps the odd bar or two…). Prior to writing full time, Alana worked on the Las Vegas Strip where she was lucky to learn from some of the leading wine professionals in the world while tasting some of the very best bottles wine country (in the broadest sense of the term) has to offer. Above all, she believes in the power of a really good story, and stories involving food and wine are her very favorite tales to tell.