“When you buy food, you have lots of leeway in how it will taste on a plate. You can change it with seasonings, cooking methods, sauces, etc. When you buy wine, you get the vintner’s recipe. That explains why we gravitate toward the same labels and grape varieties at the store. To end the “been-there-done-that” cycle, we need to expand our repertoire.

Palm Desert Food & Wine offered an abundance of opportunities not only to entice our palates but also fill our minds with the stories and passions of people behind the vineyard, harvest, crush, blending, aging, and bottling process…”

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