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True or False: The higher your emotional ties to wine and food matching, the less likely you are to perceive the match as a good one.
According to Master of Wine Tim Hanni's research into food and wine pairing, the more emotionally invested you are in selecting a particular wine to match with a particular food, the more likely you are to perceive that match as working well. Hanni cites this as a psychological phenomenon, and a "self-fulfilling prophecy of wine and food matching, not an experiential reality."
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