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For many people the holiday season is an invitation to indulge. There are friends to see, parties to attend and some will face the marathon of a Christmas lunch. Hard, then, to imagine drinking in moderation. But all is not lost. Slow drinking, like slow cooking, will serve you well, and the secret to drinking slower is to drink better. To sip a wine that captures your attention will give you more pleasure than drinking several glasses of an indifferent wine that has nothing to say.

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