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November 19, 2007


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Take half a case of your favorites with you and make sure it makes it to the table at dinner. Most hosts are happy to have someone more knowledgeable take charge of the wine at dinner.

Among "peers" yes, you are correct, but sometimes it's best to avoid pushing wine when wine is simply not going to be the focus of the meal or evening. In this case, I'm not running the show as I'm an odler member of the younger generation.

I don't need wine to enjoy a meal; wine is a complement to a meal much like good company. In this cae, the company will more than suffice, and wine will be available in one form or another. I'll bring a bottle or two and see what happens!

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