Thankful for Wine!

thanksgivingwineTues-Weds Tasting
Nov 24-25

This week we try three wines that would make for great Thanksgiving pairings. Featuring:

  • Hugel Gentil, Alsace — For 12 generations (370+ years) the Hugel family has been famous for its Alsace wines and this blend shows why: Gewurz, Pinot Gris, Riesling, and Sylvaner combine to create a fruit-forward, but not too sweet, white tasting of green apples, spicy notes and a touch of lemon custard. Pairs well with most veggie dishes (casseroles, salads) as well as seafood, chicken and turkey. $16 btl, $7 btg
  • Peramo Sparkling Rosé, Veneto – This extra dry sparkling made from the red Raboso grape  creates a beautiful bubbly (both inside and out!) tasting of dried cranberries, pear and apricot with a touch of roasted nuts and spice on the finish. Sparkling rosés are great pairing wines going well with rich vegetable dishes, poultry, desserts and even post holidays brunches! $24 btl, $9 btg
  • The Troublemaker, California — From the makers of Austin Hope, this rich red blend (Syrah, Grenache, Petite Syrah, Zin) tastes of black cherry, raspberry, and vanilla with a slightly smoky finish. A great alternative to the classic Pinot Noir pairing for Thanksgiving, fruit-driven reds pair well with turkey, ham, and even roast beef – whatever you feel like putting on your dinner table! $15 btl, $7 btg

Tasting: $13

Paired with: Turkey Sausage, Butternut & Sage Flatbread

Food photo created by freepik –

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *