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What's New In Wine - Barrel to Bottle Tries Some Truly Unique Vino

Binny's is on pace to add over 4,000 new wines this year. That means some bottles fly under the radar. This week we've put together a sampling of new wines worth checking out.
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Women of Binny's Spanish Wine & Food Demo

This week the Women of Binny’s got together to explore the art of wine and food pairing. Together we prepped, cooked, and paired Spanish tapas with Spanish wines. We discussed the fundamentals of food and wine pairing and learned essential cooking skills and knife techniques. Keep reading to learn more about our pairings and recipes you can try at home!
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All the Ways to Rosé

It’s that time again, the frigid winter winds make way for the pleasant breezes of spring, and everything seems to come back to life. In the industry, we know it as rosé season. You may start to notice the selections expand, filled with rosy hued wines from various regions. The difference between selections is not always clear, so we’re here to discuss some of the more popular regions creating rosé today.
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The Women of Binny's Explore Argentina

The Women of Binny's recently sat down with Veronica Kathuria from Wines of Argentina to explore that country's expansive world of wine. Over a multi-course pairing dinner, they learned more about the wines of Argentina and the women behind them.
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Demo Kitchen Recipes: A Trio of Hors d’Oeuvres for New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is usually the perfect time to host an elegant cocktail party. This year it looks like we might all be better off keeping gatherings small and maybe a little less formal. Eating and drinking well will still be a must, however, so here is a little jumpstart for your menu planning.  
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Binny's Big Bowl of Champagne Punch

Our resident Mixologist put together an original Champagne punch, fit for a New Year’s Eve. Punch, in some form, has been around for centuries. Punch’s long history has allowed for endless variations to arise, making it a diverse and many splendored thing that can be alcoholic or not, hot or cold, simple or complex, but no matter the iteration it must always be festive.
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Demo Kitchen Recipes: Christmas Goose

A crispy skinned roast goose is a long-standing Christmas tradition that has, sadly, gone by the wayside in the U.S. It’s a real pity since the succulent dark fleshed goose meat, coupled with the crunch of deeply browned skin remain as delicious as they have always been. Add a decadent Port sauce, amazingly savory goose fat roasted potatoes and a fruity, sweet, tart and spicy compote and you have a truly memorable meal. 
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Binny's Home Bartender: Wassail

Binny's Home Bartender brings you the best wassail recipe. Our version of this ancient drink features, hard cider, English ale, Madeira and roasted apples combined with exotic spices and even eggs if you choose.
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Demo Kitchen Recipes: Cioppino

Whether you spend Christmas Eve indulging in the Italian American tradition of The Feast of the Seven Fishes or you are just looking for a seemingly extravagant dish to wow guests, cioppino is for you. In San Francisco, Italian immigrants from Liguria modified the fish stews of their homeland to incorporate the glorious seafood the Pacific Ocean provided, birthing cioppino.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Laird's A-Leaping

A holiday bonus from our resident mixologist: two cocktail recipes this week. The Saratoga is a pre-Prohibition classic that's a cross between the Manhattan and the Metropolitan. The Laird's A-Leaping is a riff that uses Laird's Apple Brandy.
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