This week we are all about Riesling and the amazing versitility that this grape offers. But this also can lead to confusion and sometimes result in people overlooking the varietal as a whole.
Here are our 4 wines with Riesling components place on the International Riesling Scale - a international method used to compare the perceived sweetness of Riesling, using the Acid, pH and Residual sugar in the finished wine. And to break down some basic Riesling food pairings, we have used the same scale to show traditional foods for each section of wine.
We think a bottle of wine is at its best when shared with friends and family, paired with great food and good conversation around a table. Thanksgiving may the one holiday that finds almost all of us, on the same day, enjoying a holiday feast around a table. And while it may still be three weeks away, we're already planning our holiday meals. Because we have menu fever, it feels only appropriate to focus on food this week. In preparation for the holiday, we are offering you a 20% discount on a 6 bottle purchase of any and all our favorite Holiday Pairing wines - Gewürztraminer, Reserve Pinot Gris, Borealis, Pinot Rosé, and "Red Cap" Pinot Noir.
Mix & Match 6 Bottles of Holiday Favorites
FOR 20% OFF AND FLAT $10 SHIPPING.
Today through Sunday, November 17th only -
Use Code: HOLIDAYFAVORITES
For some additional inspiration for your Thanksgiving meal - we have created recipe cards with tasty pairings for each of these five wines. If you don't use them this year, print them and save them for the future, as these recipes will taste great on any day.
Gewürztraminer - Alton Brown's Roast Turkey
Reserve Pinot Gris - Brussels Sprouts with White Beans
Borealis - Spiced Pumpkin, Lentil, and Goat Cheese Salad
Pinot Rosé - Cornbread, Sausage, and Pecan Dressing
"Red Cap" Pinot Noir - Porcini Mushroom Turkey with Mushroom Gravy