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  1. Comforting mulled wine.
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    Winter cocktail: Mulled wine

    Mulled wine is a bit like winter’s version of sangria—infused with citrus and spices, but served hot instead of on ice. There are many variations, but all are based on a few central ingredients.

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  2. Fizzy cocktails
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    Fizzy cocktails

    Holiday season is the best time of the year for enjoying Champagne and sparkling wine. Festive and chic, sparkling drinks served as an aperitif or for toasting the new year set the tone, plunging guests into the celebratory spirit.

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  3. A glass of Winter Jack in front of a fireplace
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    Winter Jack: A cool discovery

    Have you heard of Winter Jack? This delicious blend of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, cider, cinnamon and cloves has an interesting history. Read on to discover it!

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  4. Quebec Wines at the Holiday Table
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    Quebec Wines at the Holiday Table

    Quebec wines are constantly improving and make for delicious complements to holiday meals. Kathleen McNeil of the Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ) gives us a tour of the highlights.

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    4 Cocktails to warm you this winter

    Have you heard about hygge? This Danish concept, focusing on sharing the small pleasures of daily life.

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  6. different cocktails
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    Trendy winter cocktails

    It may be winter outside, but inside it’s a celebration! Are you hosting a party? Here are a few ideas on how to prepare a memorable cocktail for your guests!

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  7. wine and oyster
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    Wine pairings for oysters

    Oysters can be small or plump; sweet, salty, mineral or iodized; clear or milky; succulent with the flavour of cucumber, cantaloupe, butter or even caramel! Their varieties are endless: Every coastline has its own particular type, and no two are the same. Here is the perfect wine pairing to accompany oysters, as well as a classic recipe for preparing them.

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  8. Pork tenderloin maple-whisky Image
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    Pork tenderloin maple-whisky

    We love it! A very trendy recipe with a very North American flair, this recipe is simple to make in the oven or on the BBQ.

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  9. wine and cheese
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    Host a successful cheese tasting

    You don’t need to have a degree in wine or cheese to host a great wine and cheese night. Here is a small practical guide designed to help you succeed with some great wine and cheese pairings.

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  10. The best wine and BBQ pairings.
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    Tricks for perfect wine and BBQ pairings

    Summer is the perfect time to bring together wines and grilled meats, papillotes and kebabs, cooked right on your own BBQ. Here are several suggestions for combining meat and wine.

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  11. The best wine and sushi pairing.
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    What wine goes with sushi?

    A sushi meal sounds so tempting. The trick is to match it with the right kind of wine.

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  12. Wine and soup pairings
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    Pairings for soup!

    Traditionally, we steer wine lovers away from certain pairings, like soup for instance. Except that in reality, the craving for a glass of wine trumps the strict rules of specialists . . .

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