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9 Book and Wine Pairings Perfect for a Book Club Meeting

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It seems that nowadays the classiest of classy women are involved with book clubs.  They seem so boring though, and it’s time the meetings get a little amped up.  That’s why this article from Bustle is suggesting the idea of pairing wine with books… now THAT’S an idea worthwhile.  Try pairing these books and wine.

  1. The Blind Assassin with Merlot
  2. Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) with Chardonnay
  3. American Gods with Pinot Noir
  4. Much Ado About Nothing with Riesling
  5. Me Talk Pretty One Day with Sauvignon Blanc
  6. Blankets with Mulled Wine
  7. St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves with Pinot Grigio
  8. The Daughter of Time with Cabernet Sauvignon

For the final book and wine pairing, and explanations, click here.

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