Thanksgiving 2023 Wines

Thanksgiving 2022 winesThe holidays are just around the corner. Are you trying to decide which Thanksgiving 2023 wines to pour? Perhaps you’re looking for a good pairing for your turkey feast or, on the other hand, a special bottle to take to a family dinner or an evening with good friends. If you love red wine, for example, some good bets are Pinot Noir, Syrah and Merlot. But if you prefer whites, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Albariño, and Chardonnay work well. Similarly, Sparkling wines and Rosé are also good options. Above all, there is no right or wrong! Read on for our suggestions.

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Marqués de Cáceres

Marqués de Cáceres wineOn National Wine and Cheese Day July 25, we pointed to six wines from Marqués de Cáceres, one of Spain’s most recognized wineries. In addition, Certified Cheese Expert Hugh Gilmore recommended softer and lighter cheeses to pair with these wines during the summer. However, these bottles can also be enjoyed all year. Moreover, Vineyard Brands told us that all can be found in the U.S. Read on for details. Continue reading

National Rosé Day

Glasses of RoseJune 11 is National Rosé Day. But also keep in mind that summer is around the corner and therefore, there’s always an occasion to “rosé all day”! Certainly, it’s time to drink pink on the patio, oceanside or poolside. We sip it on our deck lakeside on warm evenings, and watch its pretty color match the gorgeous Washington sunsets. However, we haven’t finalized all our bottles to open on National Rosé Day this year. Read on for the list of possibilities.

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Spring Wines

Spring WinesWarmer weather is around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with spring wines such as rosés and fruity reds?  Vineyard Brands offers these wonderful suggestions to welcome spring. These three rosés and three reds provided us with tastings that tout the transition to a new season. Specifically, read on for details about these six wines we enjoyed over the last couple of weeks. Continue reading