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February 2022 Newsletter


February 2022

The Chinese New Year 2022 is celebrated on February 1, 2022, with this year being the Year of the Water Tiger, plus it is predicted to be a lucky year! Goodbye COVID, we hope.


Check out our food and wine pairings in this newsletter to plan your own celebration...either in person or virtually!


And we can't forget Valentine's Day! February is the "month of love" in which there are less days but love is more. Check out our selection of BrüMate drinking containers which would make the perfect gift for that someone special in your life.


Janice & Jason

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Pairing Chinese Food with Wine

Given the complexity of many Chinese dishes, it is important to identify wines that are high in acidity, lower in tannins and oak, light to medium bodied, more fruit forward, and in some cases, semi-sweet. This allows for much more flexibility that the standard answer of pairing Chinese food with a semi-sweet Riesling (which is rarely done in China – they prefer to drink more red wines), but at the same time Riesling is a good match for certain dishes. The following paragraphs provide some wine and Chinese food suggestions: