What to Drink While Watching Mean Girls'
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For those of us who weren't of legal drinking age when the original Mean Girls film debuted in 2004, the viewing experience of the 2024 film adaptation of the Broadway musical it spawned—which dropped in theaters January 8—is bound to hit a little different. For one, it's far more likely to involve wine. If you question what a reasonable person is doing pairing Mean Girls characters with wine, then we direct your attention to our incredibly detail-oriented and illuminating pairing guide for the season 10 Vanderpump Rules reunion. Wine pairings aren't only for elevating various foods and flavors; they also have the power to make tangible things that are otherwise inexpressible. Also, it's just fun, and for that, we make no apologies.
For those of us who weren't of legal drinking age when the original Mean Girls film debuted in 2004, the viewing experience of the 2024 film adaptation of the Broadway musical it spawned—which dropped in theaters January 8—is bound to hit a little different. For one, it's far more likely to involve wine.
Pairing Mean Girls characters with wine was surprisingly easy to do. Effortless, even. So many of the following pairings just made sense. They are, as one Gretchen Wieners might say, so fetch. And yes, we are making fetch happen. Without further ado, here are the wines that go best with your favorite member of the Mean Girls universe. Whether you're more of a Cady Heron kind of gal (Riesling) or a Regina George type (Cabernet Sauvignon), we've got you covered.
Pairing Mean Girls characters with wine was surprisingly easy to do. Effortless, even. So many of the following pairings just made sense.
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