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In the Cellar: Turkey Pairings! PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
By Jeff Houle

Thanksgiving is an amazing celebration of life, family, food and giving thanks. Since this holiday is also associated with the ultimate feast, we believe it requires a perfectly paired wine to accompany plate after plate of turkey and stuffing. You will find a few wines that hit the mark with family and friends!

Ravines Dry Riesling
Ravines Dry Riesling is a unique and elegant expression of the brilliant Finger Lakes terroir. The bouquet of the wine is delicate with intricate aromas of white flowers mingled with pear, apple and citrus notes followed by a lingering mineral finish and a vibrant acidity. Maybe consider pairing this with your casserole.

Red Tree Pinot Noir
Our Pinot Noir displays aromas of fresh fruits and strawberries, with a hint of oak in the background. This lighter-bodied wine provides cherry flavors on the palate and more red fruits, finishing with soft tannins. This certainly would go well with the main dish, turkey.

Josh Chardonnay
Wonderful aromas of tropical fruit and citrus, married beautifully with harmonious notes of oak. A delightful harmony of bright yellow and white stone fruit lingers on the palate and finishes with fresh and clean acidity. Another great option for that turkey.