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Packing Your Picnic Basket Like a Pro



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ANCHOR LEAD: Summertime equals picnic time, and before packing the plates, napkins and glasses… it's important to pick the right foods and drinks. Bobbi Owens has the details. (:60) SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Bobbi Owens. Now that temperatures are warming up, people may be packing up for a picnic. And Bridlewood Estate Winery's Cheese and Wine Pairing Expert Lindsey Jessup says it's easy to choose the perfect combinations. CUT: (Jessup) In general, white wines pairs more easily with a wider range of cheeses. While more tannic red wines pair better with harder cheeses. SCRIPT: Jessup recommends picking a wine-friendly cheese assortment. CUT: (Jessup) Four cheeses will do, an aged hard rind cheese, a soft-ripened cheese, a blue cheese and a mild cow's milk cheese. SCRIPT: She says a fine, handcrafted wine is all you need to add that final touch. CUT: (Jessup) Artisanal cheeses are really complimented by unique and adventurous wines. Bridlewood's Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Blend 175 and Cabernet Sauvignon are artfully crafted and make the perfect pairing for your favorite cheeses. SCRIPT: For more information, log onto Bridlewood-Estate-Winery.com. Please drink responsibly. That's Lifestyles from Bridlewood Estate Winery. ©2013 Bridlewood Winery, Santa Ynez, CA. All rights reserved.
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