A holiday celebration simply isn’t complete without the drinks. If you’re enjoying one of our chef-prepared Holiday Meals this year (great choice, by the way), we have just the wines you need to finish the feast.
Goldschmidt Fidelity Red Blend: Seductive, dark fruit flavors and heady aromas stimulate the senses in this radiant red blend. The depth and complexity of this wine make it utterly delicious.
Lincourt Chardonnay: This unoaked chardonnay offers a mouthful of flavor that will accent your holiday feast nicely. Enjoy tropical pineapple and white flower notes with a slight mineral edge.
Gérard Bertrand Grand Terroir les Aspres: A trio of grapes is used to make this sumptuous, expansive wine with a plummy lushness and hints of licorice, violets and herbs.
Daou Cabernet Sauvignon: Year in and year out, this wine is a serious candidate for best California cabernet for the money and would make a fine addition to any feast.
Chalk Hill Chardonnay: Sonoma Coast fruit is used to make this nicely priced chardonnay. Smooth and simple yet intensely bold, it’s rich enough to enjoy with a holiday dinner.
Pierre Brecht Cremant d’Alsace Brut Rosé: This sparkling wine is so food-friendly there’s very little we wouldn’t recommend with it. Cheers to that!
Château Lalande Saint-Julien: Full-bodied with black cherry, plum, cassis and baking spice, this gem of a wine is from a terrific vintage in Bordeaux and pairs brilliantly with beef.
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Shiraz: Dark and inky purple in color, this delicious wine is not to be spilled on the holiday tablecloth, but is perfect for enjoying with good food and good company.
Hanna Sauvignon Blanc: Crisp, bright and delicious with Meyer lemon and peachy undertones, this sauvignon blanc is an extreme crowd-pleaser for any occasion.
J. Moreau & Fils Chablis: With chablis’ telltale minerality plus a creamy texture and delicate mandarin and pineapple flavors, this is not your grandmother’s chablis (although she will enjoy it).
Siduri Santa Barbara Pinot Noir: The latest offering from this venerable pinot noir producer deserves a place at the grown-ups’ table. The dark plum and damson fruit pair well with turkey.
Château Laribotte Sauternes: Heaven in a glass, this sauternes boasts dried apricot, crème brûlée, toasted pineapple and a creamy vanilla finish. The aromas alone are worth the purchase, and it’s great for enjoying with your favorite sweet treat.
Visit our adult beverage department to find these fine wines and many more!