Champagne & Potato Chips? Be a Super Bowl Wine Pairing Pro! Plus, Romantic Wine for Valentine's Day

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Vino Primo, the "Everyday Wine Lover's Guide to a the Vino Lifestyle," gives expert advice about pairing wine with traditional Super Bowl party food. Champagne or sparkling wine and potato chips is just one of the tasty combinations. Wine and dine like President Obama. Vino Primo has the recipes and wine to serve with them. Valentine's Day is fast approaching. Vino Primo has the scoop on romantic wines and lovely, affordable wine country getaways.

Who says guests have to drink beer at Super Bowl parties? Beer has been the traditional adult beverage of habit for many Super Bowl shindigs. But with more and more Americans drinking wine these days, perhaps hosts should consider throwing wine in the mix. Vino Primo scouted out experts to put party hosts on the right wine pairing track.

And yes, Champagne or sparkling wine and potato chips are a wonderful combination. In this issue of Vino Primo, check out all of the interesting vino-grub combos.

-The excitement of the Presidential Inaugural is over, but the recipes remain. In this issue of Vino Primo, wine and dine like President Obama and recreate those fabulous recipes at home. Plus, pair the delicious food with the same wine served at the historic event.

-Romance is in the air as Valentine's Day approaches. Vino Primo celebrates the love story behind a Northern California wine. There's even a wedding ring on the label. Or rock a wine lover's world with an explosive red vino. Both are from the same Amador County Winery.

-Plus, discover a wine country getaway that won't break the bank. Vino Primo gives the inside scoop on the special packages and the romantic atmosphere of Wine & Roses in Lodi.

Based in Northern California, Vino Primo has access to a plethora of fantastic wine regions. But the e-zine doesn't stop there. Vino Primo features stories from wine regions around the United States and around the world.

So start living the Vino Lifestyle…

For media inquiries, contact Angela Hughes at angela (at) hughesmediaconsultants (dot) com or 916-397-4585.


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