With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Grace Tesoriero, co-owner of the new store, gives her five suggestions for the holiday.
2008 Butterfly Riesling: Rieslings existing flavors of apple, apricot and honey along with its evident acidity make for a great pairing with turkey meat and sweet potatoes.
Beaujolais Nouveau: A light fruity red wine from the Gamay grape goes well with Turkey and all the fixings.This wine is generally released the third week in November and ready for your Thanksgiving dinner.
2009 Norton Ridge Pinot Noir: A traditional favorite for Thanksgiving, the earthy undertones that surround the fruit of this wine go well with turkey and stuffing.
Niepoort Port Tawny or Sherry: These wines will deliver a nutty, sweet spice filled character to pumpkin or pecan pie.
Mulled Wine: A traditional Holiday treat shared in many old world countries, mulled wines are base wines that have been sweetened, spiced and heated slightly. Used for gatherings on a cold winter night.