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If your little ones haven't gobbled up all of the candy they collected on Halloween, then you may just find the perfect sweets that match with your wine. Classic candy corn mixes well with riesling while Skittles go well with merlot. Click for more Halloween candy and wine pairing details.

If your little ones haven't gobbled up all of the candy they collected on Halloween, then you may just find the perfect sweets that match with your wine. Classic candy corn mixes well with riesling while Skittles go well with merlot.

Trick to Chilling Wine Instantly.  Keep frozen fruit in the freezer. A few pieces of frozen fruit keeps your drink cool— perfect for slow sippers, who can nurse a drink over an hour— without diluting it, like you would with ice cubes. Plus, you get a wine-infused treat when your glass is empty. Just about any sweet fruit will pair well with crisp white wine, while sweeter wines, like Riesling and some White Zinfandels, tend to pair well with tart berries and cherries (ditto for sparkling…

Trick to Chilling Wine Instantly. Keep frozen fruit in the freezer. A few pieces of frozen fruit keeps your drink cool— perfect for slow sippers, who can nurse a drink over an hour— without diluting it, like you would with ice cubes. Plus, you get a wine

The Magic Circle by John William Waterhouse

"The Magic Circle" is an oil painting in the Pre-Raphaelite style, created in 1886 by John William Waterhouse. The painting depicts a witch or sorceress drawing a fiery magic circle on the earth to create a ritual space.