November 2020 Manager’s Picks
Looking for a few suggestions to air with Thanksgiving dinner? Check out Stu’s pick’s.
Trimbach Riesling (Alsace) Its delicate bouquet, the fine balance between its dry personality, its distinguished fruitiness and its natural vitality contribute to its exceptional richness. $21.99
Carra Covello Prosecco (Italy) Nose: fruity and floral with a pleasant buttery perfume and scents bread crust. Taste: soft medium bodied good acidity well balanced. $15.99
Argyle Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley Oregon) The 2017 vintage toes the line between red and dark fruit with savory spice and delicate floral notes. Late season ripening in 2017 lends itself to a lively, fresh middle palate along with classic Argyle silky texture and persistent length. $22.99
Phantom Red Blend (California) A mysterious apparition of ripe berry and relentless spice, returns to haunt wine lovers. Full of concentration and intensity, this wine will tease, tantalize and linger long after the last sip is gone. Wild berries, black pepper are framed by the influence of oak aging with baking spices and a hint of toasty vanilla. $19.99