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The California Wine Club Each month they will feature a different winery and hand-select two of their best wines for their members. You can choose to subscribe as a member for yourself or send a gift subscription to someone else. There are no membership fees, you just pay as you go and can cancel at any time. What makes purchasing wine from them different is that they personally visit the wineries and get to know the winemakers then will select two of their best. Every wine comes from a small, real working artisan winery in California. They're all hand selected wines that come with a 100% guarantee. Below is just a sample of some of their wines. There are a variety of levels to choose from including: Aged cabernet series, International series, Premier series, Pacific northwest series and Signature series.
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Myth: White wines go best with fish and fowl; reds, with meat and spicier food. Reality: Wine's color isn't always the best guide. As important to focus on meat's spices and sauces as its primary ingredients. As a rule, richer dishes go best with full-bodied wine, including most cabernet sauvignons and zinfandels, and many chardonnays. Good choices for spicy foods include semi-dry white wines such as gewurztraminers and rieslings. Lighter food generally pairs better with lighter wines, including many red varietals gamay (used to make beaujolais) and pinot noir, and of white varietals such as sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio and dry riesling.
Myth: White wines should be served well chilled, red wines at room temperature. Reality: For both the ideal serving temperature varies by wine type. To get maximum flavor, rich white wines should be served cool, not chilled (limit to about an hour in fridge) Only lighter wines should be well chilled (about 2 hours in fridge - longer and they become too cold.) Lighter reds should be served cool. Only big reds - like most cabernets and zinfandels are best served at room temperature.
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EuroCave Comfort 101 Wine Cellar The perfect wine cellar for those starting their collection. It recreates the exact conditions of a natural cellar and guarantees a constant temperature of between 55 and 57F. The quality of your wine is preserved intact and for a long time to come. You can install the EuroCave Comfort 101 wine cellar in any room and any location because its door is reversible and you can easily change it to have a right or left opening.
Digital controls let you easily adjust and accurately monitor the temperature inside. Its black finish is easy to clean and maintain and will easily fit any decor. Choose from either a glass door or solid black. Has a security lock and key to keep your valuable collection protected. Capacity is based on using standard Bordeaux size bottles, using larger size bottles may limit the capacity. If you'd like to store larger bottles though you can easily adjust the height of any of the shelves.