Friday, November 21, 2008

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Quick Thanksgiving Holiday Wine Shopping list

Under $20 – Save a few bucks on each bottle, but load up on a case or two for your parties.

  • Lange Estate Pinot Gris Oregon
  • Las Rocas GrenacheSpain
  • La Posta Malbec Mendoza, Argentina
  • Pellegrini Family Blend (Zin, Merlot and Carignan) Sonoma California
  • Teira Zinfandel – Dry Creek, Sonoma California
  • Chateau Pesquie Les Terrasses – Southern Rhone, France
  • Handley Cellars Gewürztraminer Anderson Valley,California
  • Lioco Un-oaked Chardonnay Sonoma County, California

Between $20 & $30 – these bottles offer a little more complexity and are smaller production wines.

  • Handley Cellars Pinot NoirAnderson Valley,California
  • Luca ChardonnayMendoza, Argentina
  • Fort Ross SymposiumSonoma Coast, California
  • Storrs Christie Vineyard ChardonnaySanta Cruz, California
  • Gramona Gran Cuvee – Sparkling Cava from Spain
  • Lange Estate Willamette Valley Pinot Noir - Oregon
  • Olivet Lane Russian River ChardonnaySonoma, California
  • Medlock Ames Red BlendAlexander Valley, California
  • Cloverdale Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley, California

Over $30 wines for Collectors and "I'm Drinkin’ the Good Stuff Now" folks!

  • Davis Family Vineyards Syrah – Blockbuster syrah from Guy’s vineyards in the Russian River.
  • Lewelling Napa Cabernet – the new vintage is now on shelves, well on a few...
  • Domaine De Montille – (any bottle you can get your hands on) Burgundy France
  • Susana Balbo Cabernet Sauvignon – blind any of your “old-world” wine friends and they will be pleasantly surprised at this high quality Cabernet from Argentina.
  • Pellegrini Milestone – Cab, Merlot, Petite Verdot, Malbec and Cab Franc 75th Anniversary Blend.
  • Fort Ross Reserve Chardonnay – the most complex and rich Chardonnay among all TexaCali Wines.
  • Lange Freedom Hill Pinot Noir – a phenomenal Pinot for all the tough guys out there.
  • LIOCO – Hirsch Vineyard Pinot Noir – a top California vineyard, known for its elegant fruit.
  • Jo Pithon AnjouLoire, France – a cult winemaker’s groovy little white wine to bring out for your most discerning guests.
Gobble Gobble - Ali

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