What Kind of Wine Do You Drink At Thanksgiving? We’ve Got the Answers

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Bichi Mexico Wine

Not Your Usual Thanksgiving Selections. That’s Not Our Style!

Listan Prieto From Mexico, A Sixteen Year Old Nebbiolo From Bramaterra, Aligote From a 1er Pommard Domaine; And They Pair Perfectly With Whatever You Serve ($15)

Friday, November 17th, 2017 4 pm – 7:30 pm @ Mt Tabor Fine Wines

First of all, the usual Thanksgiving wine tastings can be a snore, to say the least. For me, snore is a waste of time. All you have to do is look at some of the wines in this weeks tasting and it’s anything but a snooze! On its own, this would be a mighty flight for any serious wine lover. I mentioned the wines above and didn’t even mention the wine from Ramon Saavedra’s Bodega Cauzon. His wines are among the most exciting of the year for me. Just come and enjoy and you never know, you might even learn something.

– Sandy


Bow and Arrow Gamay NoirThe Lineup: Friday, November 17, 2017

16 La Cappucina, Soave $10
Veneto, Italy

13 Comte Armand, Bourgogne Aligote $35
Burgundy, France

16 Bichi, Listan Prieto $25
Tecate, Mexico

16 Bodega Cauzon, Tempranillo $24
Andalucia, Spain

16 Bow & Arrow, Gamay Noir $20
Willamette Valley, Oregon

Premium Pour ($5)
2001 Tenuta Monolo, Bramaterra Riserva $55
Bramaterra- Piemonte, Italy

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