Thanksgiving Wine

    Fall Wines: A Warming Taste Trend

    …, the regions that produce these wines are usually warm themselves. That’s because grapes grown in regions such as California, Chile, Argentina, Australia and South Africa, get more sunshine and heat to ripen more fully than those grown in cool regions, such as Germany, Champagne and Canada. Riper grapes have more sugar and sugar is what produces…

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    5 Tips to Pick Wines for Thanksgiving

    … are my five quick tips for choosing a terrific Thanksgiving wine: 1. Start with bubbly. Sparkling wine is a great aperitif to sip while you wait for the turkey to finish cooking. It adds a celebratory note to the meal and goes well with starters like soup and salad. 2. Consider the turkey. Unlike most poultry and game birds, turkey meat is very dry…

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