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In color, weight and flavor, the traditional Thanksgiving table is a rangy pastiche of the nation’s agricultural bounty. No one kind of wine can measure up to such diversity. When the varied preferences of family and friends around the table are factored into the hospitality equation, the question of which wine to serve becomes even more problematic.
Vineyards In India Our solution is to have on hand a wide assortment of styles, ready to be grabbed and opened whenever a guest suggests he or she would really enjoy a glass of this or that. Our shopping list this Thanksgiving consists solely of gold-medal wines from competitions we’ve helped judge this year, narrowed down to choices that provide unusual bang for the buck. Also, most should be readily available within the Sacramento region.
Wineries In India For greeting guests A wine need not be fizzy to welcome visitors, but bubbles enhance both the generosity and the celebratory nature of the occasion. It need not be Champagne and it need not be dear to be appreciated for its distinction. Korbel is in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, not Champagne, but it follows the traditional French method of capturing effervescence in its 10 styles of sparkling wine.
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Finding a wine that goes with every course of the Thanksgiving dinner can be a bit dodgy because the meal is a hodgepodge of dishes with distinctive flavors.
Winery In India Viognier, Cava, Pinot Noir and Cotes du Rhone have been my favorites in the past, but this year I’m trying a couple of very nice California blends with our meal, wines that don’t stray too far from my traditional standbys and that go very well with a variety of foods.
Vineyards In India Of course, Thanksgiving hasn’t arrived, so I haven’t been able to sample the wines with the traditional turkey, squash and cranberry sauce. I’m not totally on solid ground. However, I have given them a pretty good run through before the big event, trying both with a wide assortment of foods ranging from spicy ground turkey loaf with sides of steamed broccoli and roasted beets with walnuts, to Moroccan beef stew and pulled pork with creamy blue cheese coleslaw.
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cleveland.com Marc Bona, cleveland.com November is loaded with wine events. Beaujolais parties are set, Western Reserve Wines and The Olde Wine Cellar have tastings planned, plus many other events are scheduled throughout Northeast Ohio.
Wines Of India CLE Urban Winery will hold a casual, introductory class explaining "How to do it - What to do - Why we do it" of evaluating wine. It's 7-8:30 p.m. and is part of the winery's Wine Made Fun 101 course series. Seating is limited; tickets are $20. The winery is at 2180B Lee Road, Cleveland Heights.
Winery In India will hold Color Between the Wines, a chance to sip wine and color a picture of your choice. Cost is $10 and includes materials and a glass of wine. West Shore Wine Co. is at 21629 Center Ridge Road, Rocky River. Call 216-712-6400.
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This is a great time for consumers to gain access to some extremely tasty and unique vintages that were unheard of outside Greece just five years ago.
Wine From India today use (in addition to all the expected international cultivars) 38 distinct indigenous grape varieties, some nearly lost over the years as a result of changing weather patterns and lack of market demand, are being cultivated. Thanks to the Greek wine industry's new interest in increasing imports worldwide, this is a better time than ever for consumers to gain access to some extremely tasty and unique vintages that were unheard of outside Greece just five years ago.
Wines Of India The family-owned and -operated Rhous Winery, in the village of Houdetsi on the island of Crete, produces this estate blend of 80 percent moschato Spinas (muscat of Spina, a local muscat clone) and 20 percent vidiano, a rare Cretan variety. Once it's in your glass, the yin of the muscat's floral, honeysuckle, and chamomile meets the yang of vidiano's hints of ripe pear and white peach. The color is a pale yellow with green highlights, and the wine is clear and bold on the nose with a light floral bouquet. Fresh spring greens and watermelon initially envelope the palate, building to the extreme clarity of spicy green apple; it finishes with pear sweetness and hints of caramel. This would be good cheese wine — its solid minerality cutting through sharp cheeses and enlivening the creamy curds of mellower ones. The name Rhous , the ancient Greek word for “flow,” embodies this vineyard's embrace of nature's continuous progression. Once on the verge of extinction, the indigenous vidiano and moschato spinas grapes were lovingly revived and now serve as standout examples of what can be accomplished by wineries in small markets facing fierce global competition.
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