How do you pick the perfect holiday wine?
Around this time we start to get lots of questions about buying wine for the Holidays. Be it getting a wine for a dinner, picking something for a party, or finding the right wine for a gift… We’re here to help in all cases. We might even help find that elusive wine that makes Manna fall from the Heavens!
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Top 10 Holiday Wines
Mendocino | California | 2016
Lively Bordeaux inspired wine. Cool maritime breezes and organic farming contribute to make this soulful and refreshing.
Emilia-Romagna | Italy | NV
Brut de Noir Rosé
Violet-shaded rosé, delicate, well-structured, with intense fragrances of strawberries and raspberries and a lively round taste. Seductive.
Columbia Valley | Washington State | 2016
Balanced beautifully by mouthwatering structure and a hint of key lime sweetness. A gorgeous, loveable, wine from a master of American Riesling.
Beaujolais | France | 2016
Super fruit laden and incredibly ‘drinky’ wine. A masterpiece of no added SO2 wines. In a Liter bottle for more love.
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo | Italy | 2016
Somehow, this wine blends elements of freshness, concentration, rusticness, and elegance into an organically farmed joy to drink. Perfect for anytime and anywhere.
Mendoza | Argentina | 2016
Great expression of fruit bound together with earthy woodiness. Plenty of sunshine gives this a plush and sensuous appeal.
California | 2015
Always delicious this is some of the best Pinot Noir. Bright, juicy but made with an attention to detail that betrays this wines extremely moderate price.
Robertson | South Africa | 2013
A benchmark wine from a meticulous winery. Restrained fruit married to a cream centered core present an immaculately delicious wine that any Chardonnay lover will enjoy.
Mas de Gourgonnier
Provence | France | 2015
This wine can top the richness and intensity of Rhone or Bordeaux with a crystal-clear and unmistakable expression of Provençal soil and do it at a mere fraction of the price. Stunningly good.
Marques de Murrieta
Rioja | Spain | 2012
An overachiever. Reaches easily towards true greatness with a beautiful combo of layered and complex fruit coupled to rich oak. A truly great wine.