Food: Deviled Eggs, Shrimp Cocktail, and Baked Brie, Rufled potato chips
With so many options for you and your loved ones to snack on, it is best to oVer a wine that can be best friends with any elegant hors d’oeuvres or bowl of snack food. Choose to start the day by popping some bubbly. Sparkling wine is for celebrations and dining. The pleasure a glass brings is only compounding by the two meetings as one. The acidity and bubbles will cleanse the palate between diVer- ent bites and have the bonus of acting as an aperitive.
Natale Verga Prosecco
[VS Lamarca Prosecco]
(for those who like a touch of sweetness)
Casa Dora Brut
[VS Freixenet Brut Cava]
(for those who like dry crisp wine)
[VS Veuve Clicquot Brut]
(for those looking for complex and elegant bubbles)
Food: Turkey, Stuflng, Mash Potatoes, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce,
impossible, but do not fret.
Several wines will match nicely with most of the food, and additionally, the best bottle to pair with is the type you like already. Pick two to four wines for the main event so that everyone can drink what they like most. Though, it is smart to tailor those choices with very versatile wines. For example, a dry sparkling rosé, oV-dry German Riesling, and Californian Zinfandel and or Pinot Noir would all make a lovely pairing with the usual suspects..
Le Grand Noir – Brut Rose
Carl Sittman – Riesling
Cricklewood- Pinot Gris
Cask & Barrel – Zinfandel
Angels Ink – Pinot Noir
Food: Fudge, Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie
Look at sweet wine as an ingredient or component of the desserts because it will accentuate the Gavor of the treat. The connections between the two will build on each other, adding and creating new perceived Gavors. It is a lot like a symphony, where several
instruments are playing similar melodies. Harmony is formed through the diVerent notes, like those found in the desserts and wine. Long time favorites like Tawny Port, Sauternes, and Sweet Red would make for lovely pairings.
Natale Verga Sweet Red
Chateau Pineau du Rey – Sauternes
Sandeman – Porto 10 Year Old
Wine Vs. Wine
Cavit Pinot Grigio
This bottle has lovely notes of citrus and green apple. The wine
is wonderfully crisp, light, and subtly oV of dry. It comes from
northern Italy, where the Alpes are just a stone throws away. Cavit Pinot Grigio will serve nicely on its own or with chicken, pasta, and seafood.
Castello Magnello Pinot Grigio
This splendid wine has aromas of Meyer lemon and golden delicious apple. The bottle is easy drinking, soft, and dances at the edge of dry and oV dry. It will pair well with cheeses like mozzarella or Gruyère, and will definitely be enjoyable with mushrooms, vegetarian, and shellfish dishes.
Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
This bottle is bursting with notes of ripe blackberry, milk
chocolate, Madagascar vanilla, and red cherry. The wine is bold
with rounded tannins, with moderate acidity and just about
dry. Joseph Carr named this wine in tribute to his late father. It will be enjoyable with cheddar cheese and red meats.
Landscape “The Rock” Cabernet Sauvignon
This wine has generous notes of juicy plum, vanilla, dark cherry, and dried tobacco. The Cabernet Sauvignon is big and respectfully bold with moderate tannins, acidity, and dryness. It will pair well with steak, burgers, and other rich
Lindeman’s Merlot Bin 40
This Bottle has mellow notes of ripe plum, vanilla, and raspber-
ry. The wine is medium in body with soft acidity and round
light tannins. This wine comes from the beautiful country of Australia, where the grapes have ample amount of sunlight to take in. This merlot will pair well with poultry and pork
This wine has wafting aromas of plump blueberry, baking spices, and red cherry. The merlot has well-structured zippy acidity with present tannins and is oV dry to bring the wine into balance and harmony. It will pair beautifully with turkey, ham, and beef.