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Great Northwest Wine: Toast with bubbly every day and not just holidays

For New Year’s Eve, when we celebrate the year we are wrapping up, as well as the year yet to come, the obvious choice is sparkling wine. If you opt to go French, many of those are legally known as Champagne because of the region from which they are produced about 75 miles east of Paris, France.

Birds and Bubbles? Yes, it’s fried chicken and champagne for dinner

It might seem like an unlikely pairing, but Wandering Table hosted a Birds and Bubbles dinner across the corridor at the Yards Bruncheon on Thursday night in Kendall Yards, and the casual gathering was nearly sold out. Yes, the dinner was fried chicken, and assorted side dishes, paired with champagne.

Champagne, yes or no?

Adriana Janovich photo. Dress up a flute of sparkling wine for the holidays with a few fresh cranberries and sprig of fresh rosemary. Break out the coupes and Champagne flutes, and – as Dom Pérignon supposedly said when he sampled his first sip – taste...

U.S. pulls away from Canada in exhibition

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Nneka Ogwumike scored 10 points and the U.S. used a big run in the third quarter to beat Canada 76-51 on Monday night in an exhibition game in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The Americans scored the first 13 points of the third quarter. Tina Charles, who was scoreless in the first half, had seven points during the game-changing spurt.

Cold Case: New clues sought about missing Belgian-born woman

Michaelle Champagne never went long without checking in with her family in Belgium. But after Champagne, a Spokane resident, called her parents during a visit to Washington, D.C., on March 9, 1993, they never heard from her again.

Take care in picking a Valentine’s bottle

OK, Valentine’s Day is still a couple of weeks away. Take a deep breath – you still have time to avoid a potentially disastrous wine mistake. Let’s face it, choosing the right bottle (along with the card, the gift, the meal, etc.) is a little more important on Feb. 14 than on, say, any other day of the year.