Turkey Day Wine Recommendations

Turkey Day Wine RecommendationsWhat are you drinking for Thanksgiving?
The wine you serve with your Thanksgiving meal is rather important! And, it can be easy to overlook the decision or wait till the last minute to choose what you will serve.

We asked our experts in our Wine & Spirits department and they came up with a list of recommendations. We hope this makes your planning a bit easier!

Campuget Rose $9.99

The Rosé has a nice appearance with a light and fresh pink color. This particularly fruity taste of raspberries and strawberries, typical of the Campuget style, has a good and refreshing acidity.

Horse & Plow Rose $14.99
A dry rosé of Carignane from some of the oldest, organic vineyards in the State. This rosé tastes of strawberry and rhubarb, with great acidity.

Raeburn Chardonnay $15.99
Raeburn Chardonnay shows an array of complex fruit tones ranging from pear and Gravenstein apple to nectarine. The fruit is beautifully complemented with toasted oak, vanilla, and hints of Creme Brulée with a balanced and elegant finish.

Mt Eden Chardonnay $15.99
The full-bodied Chardonnay displays fine underlying acidity and a long finish. Hints of cardamom, anise, and hazelnut add interest to the core lemon, mineral flavors.

La Crema Sonoma Chardonnay $19.99
This Chardonnay bursts with enticing aromas of citrus, floral notes, butterscotch, lemon peel, and a slight spicy quality. In the mouth, flavors of citrus, pear, and honeysuckle combine with subtle toast and caramel.

La Crema Sonoma Pinot Noir $23.99
Aromas of ripe cherry, cocoa, anise, and rich baking spices. Plush flavors of cherry, plum and pomegranate meld with hints of delicate tea leaf. Structured, balanced acidity and elegant, firm tannins round out the mouth.

Tilth Pinot Noir $29.99
Rich and red-fruity, this Pinot Noir is packed with huckleberry and boysenberry accents, exotic spice, and dried strawberry.

Falcone Cabernet Sauvignon $39.99
This Cabernet Sauvignon shows great depth and structure. The warm weather intensified color and tannin in grapes, resulting in purple hues and a rich texture of velvety tannin in the finish. There are aromas of cherry, blackberry, anise, cocoa and wood smoke, which continue on the palate with the flavor of black cherry.

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