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There’s nothing better than curling up with a good book and a glass of wine. But if you’re looking to take your reading and sipping experience to the next level, why not pair your wine with a book that will enhance the flavors and aromas of your chosen vintage? Here are a few of your favorite books and wine combos to help you get started.

The Perfect Pairings

Whether you’re looking for a classic novel to pair with your Chardonnay or a suspenseful thriller to accompany your Cabernet Sauvignon, we’ve got you covered. Here are few of our top picks:

For fans of fruity red like Pinot Noir: Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Pairing these two classics will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy all over. Just like a good Pinot, Little Women is light-bodied but packs a punch when it comes to flavor. The book's four main characters are as different as can be, but their individual journeys toward adulthood are linked by their unbreakable sisterly bond. Sound familiar? That's because the global popularity of both the book and the movie adaptation have resulted in endless imitations, but nothing can compare to the original. Just like Pinot Noir, this coming-of-age story is complex and nuanced, with something new to offer each time you revisit it.

For fans of full-blooded reds like Merlot: Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell

This story of Southern romance gone wrong is as rich and decadent as a glass of Merlot. Gone With the Wind follows Scarlett O'Hara from her days as a carefree debutante through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Along the way, she must grapple with her own personal demons as well as the changing landscape around her. Like Merlot, Gone With the Wind is timeless and endlessly entertaining—a true classic in every sense of the word.

For fans of white wines like Sauvignon Blanc: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Sauvignon Blanc is known for its crisp acidity, which makes it the perfect pairing for Pride and Prejudice. This much-loved book tells the story of Elizabeth Bennet, who finds herself torn between her feelings for Mr. Darcy, a wealthy bachelor, and Mr. Wickham, an army officer with dubious intentions. As Elizabeth navigates her way through love and loss, she must also grapple with societal expectations for women in Regency England. Pride and Prejudice is funny, insightful, and full of heart—just like a good bottle of Sauvignon Blanc.

For fans of Sparkling Wine: Yes Please by Amy Poehler

In her hilarious memoir, comedian Amy Poehler shares stories from her childhood, her years on Saturday Night Live, and her experiences as a working mom. Yes Please is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud—which makes it the perfect choice to pair with sparkling wine. Whether you opt for Champagne or prosecco, this bubbly beverage will help enhance your reading experience by adding effervescence and lightness to Poehler's funny tales.

Whether you’re in the mood for a light read or something more substantive, there’s sure to be a book there that will complement your favorite wine perfectly. So go ahead and crack open that bottle— cheers!

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