by Tim Patterson
Wine That Loves names its wines for popular American foods to make pairing a no-brainer.
Food and wine matching verges on a national obsession in the United States. A sizable industry has grown up to support and evangelize for the pleasures of pairing: wine education seminars, newspaper and magazine columns, helpful menu annotations at restaurants. The International Association of Culinary Professionals bestowed its Best Book of the Year award this past April on What To Drink With What You Eat,
by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page, the heart of which is a couple hundred pages of small-type matchmaking suggestions for thousands of dishes.
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