We picked 5 wines that we thought would pair well with your Thanksgiving dinner. Stop in Saturday at 4 and sample these tasty vino’s. Cheers!
Borgo Prosecco (Italy) fruity and floral aromatics. Light and gentle to the taste. Bright, bubbly, delicious! $9.99
Iris Vineyards Rose’ of pinot noir (Oregon) this refreshing, light bodied Pinot Noir Rosé delivers a bright acidity with a clean, crisp finish. Soft, delicate fruit aromas are reminiscent of watermelon, raspberry, and strawberry. On the palate, it is fruity and crisp; evocative of crabapple and red fruit with a subtle minerality $19.99
Louis Tete’ Morgon (France) An intense red color. Notes of cherry and spices. Ripe stone fruit aromas and peach hints with well balanced tannin’s $16.99
Bernard Reverdy Sancerre (France) the wine is very intense and predominantly fruity on the nose, mingled with fine floral notes and a touch of minerality. The wine’s entry is clean and expressive on the palate. The balance between fat and freshness, the result of a short period of aging on fine lees, perfectly matches the wine’s power and long lasting aromas. $26.99
Lavau Gigondas (France) Deep on the nose with pronounced spicy aromas, typical of the appelation and which accentuate the aromas of black currants and raspberry jam. On the palate, the wine shows a solid yet nicely coated structure, volume and superb length. $29.99