Holiday Picks from December 8th Vintages release

For the Rich Uncle: 2007 Darioush “Duel” Napa Valley $48.95
This is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz bursting with ripe, black Napa fruit that will be sure to impress!

For the Wine Geek: 2010 Schloss Schonborn Hattenheimer Pfaffenberg Riesling Kabinett, Rheingau, Germany $18.95
Wine geeks love Riesling and this one from the Rheingau is exceptional.

For the Flirty Gal:
Santa Margherita Brut Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, Italy $17.95
A dry Prosecco that pairs well with oysters or stone crab or just as delicious on its own.

For the Young Professional: 2009 Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington State $19.95
This easy to drink now Cabernet will impress your friends and introduce them to the great wines of Washington State!

For your lover/significant other:
Guy – 1792 Ridgemount Reserve Barrel Select Kentucky Straight Bourbon, USA $49.95
What guy wouldn’t love a bottle of yummy Bourbon!

Girl – Tarlant Rose Brut Champagne $49.95
Most women love Rose and this one has the right amount of fruit and spice.

To pair with the Turkey: 2011 Jacques Depagneux Cote du Py Morgon, Beaujolais, France $18.95
This is no ordinary Beaujolais and would pair delightfully with your holiday dinner…bring on the cranberries!

To pair with the Roast Beef: 2009 Domaine De Vieux Lazaret, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Southern Rhone, France – $34.95.
Decant this amazing Chateauneuf-du-Pape an hour before dinner and the black fruit and spice will be jumping out of your glass

To pair with the cheese: 2007 Offley Late Bottled Vintage Port, Portugal $19.95
Port and cheese is a match made in heaven!

Fireside Drinking/Party pleasers:
– 2010 Famiglia Bianchi Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina $15.95
This crowd pleasing Malbec will be a hit at the ski chalet or just sitting back and watching the snow fall this winter.

Happy Holidays!

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