The Dornenburgs in the Washington Post
We just got this email from our friends Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg, whom we interviewed for the CPN a few months back:
It's a pleasure to send greetings to you on this first day of spring...especially with such exciting news to share!
THE WASHINGTON POST : Today marks the impressive debut of the newly-redesigned Food section of -- not to mention the debut of our first wine column in its pages.
We hope you'll be sure to pick up a copy of today's (March 21st) paper -- or simply click through online to www.washingtonpost.com -- to check out our column featuring four terrific wines that are the essence of spring in a glass, and (of course) pair deliciously with food!
Four Pours That Are Verifiably Vernal
By Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg
Wednesday, March 21, 2007; Page F07
We're not your typical wine writers: We love food first and wine second. Frankly, we think the most amazing thing about wine is its ability to make food taste even better.
That means, simply, that you can bring more pleasure into your life every day through more thoughtful -- even inspired -- pairings. We know from experience that the wrong combination can ruin the wine, the food or both: Imagine pad thai wiped out by a cabernet, or Riesling overwhelmed by a steak. On the other hand, reverse those same wine choices, and you'll see that the ideal match can transform virtually any meal from ordinary to extraordinary.
Read the rest of the article HERE.
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