Wine and Beer Guide

Whether you are raising your glass for a toast, or pouring it into a stock pot, wine and beer are equally great for cooking and enjoying.

Six Wines to Bring to a Dinner Party

We've matched six bottles to six kinds of wine and food lovers. By: Scott Jones

For the Hard-To-Impress-Hostess
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For the Hard-To-Impress Hostess

Siduri, Russian River Valley Pinot Noir, California, 2011 ($30)

Siduri consistently ranks as one of the top pinot noir producers in the U.S., and this elegant red is no exception. Its fresh acidity and smooth tannins make it well suited to drinking with a table of food and friends. A great gift and good value, this pinot drinks like those twice the price.

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