Thanksgiving is right around the corner! The food is the highlight of this holiday, but we know that the right wine is just as important. If you’re wondering what wines to serve this year, join us on Thursday, November 16 at 6 p.m. for our special Thanksgiving Wine Tasting.
This tasting event features six of our favorite food-friendly wines. Our General Manager and Sommelier Travis Doyle will lead us through a sparkling Spanish rosé, two different whites, and a selection of French red wines that are sure to match any Thanksgiving dish!
THANKSGIVING TASTING LINEUP:
2020 Mestres Cava Brut 1312 Rosé Reserva
Red berry elegance meets a toasty sophistication in this sparkling Rosé, characterized by its fine bubbles and a creamy mouthfeel. The finish is notably dry, offering a refined persistence.
2022 Peter Lauer Riesling Barrel X
Green apple and delicate honeysuckle fragrances lead the way for a Riesling that is simultaneously zesty and slightly sweet. Its palate-cleansing lime acidity complements an adaptable profile.
2022 Domaine Roger Neveu Sancerre Côte des Embouffants
This Sancerre glimmers in pale gold, offering a nose where citrus zest intertwines with the distinct minerality of flint. It strikes a harmonious balance on the palate, with crisp acidity framing its stony core.
2021 Jean Foillard Beaujolais-Villages
Aromatics of succulent strawberries and a whisper of spice greet the senses, leading to a palate where soft tannins and a buoyant acidity underline the Gamay grape’s finesse and subtle complexity.
2021 Domaine Pierre Guillemot Bourgogne Hautes Côtes De Beaune Le Mont Et Foret
Exhibiting a lively ruby color, this wine entices with aromas of fresh cherries complemented by a subtle earthy backdrop. The palate is met with a structured body and culminates in a finish that resonates with the vitality of Burgundy’s terroir.
2020 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Selection Côtes du Rhône Mon Coeur
Rich with the warmth of the Rhône, this wine layers luscious black fruits with a hint of licorice, all supported by plush tannins. Approachable yet profound, it is a testament to the Chave family’s winemaking legacy.