Thanksgiving is a few days away and I want to start this blog entry off with an apology. I truly meant to have this post out so you don’t have to shop in a hurry, but your humble writer has a history of tension and migraines and I have been out for the count since Wednesday of this past week. But I’m back now and wanted to give you all some good suggestions for your turkey day.
Before you panic about whether or not the wine is going to be out your price range, worry less. Y’all know I would let you know before you took the time to read this if the price is too much. Know that 95% of the time, when I look at wines to blog about, I will always remember my audience is mostly working middle to not so high class (I won’t dare use the word lower) and this blog is dedicated to you guys. I did this post because folks are asking me for a wine suggestion.
I’ve lessened the restriction on the comment section in hope that I get to interact with my audience and take questions if necessary. So after all this yapping, here is the list. Got questions? Feel free to ask me.
Gewurtzraminer: White Wine similar to Riesling
-Chateau St. Michelle (I think I may have done a review on this one) ($11)
Sauvignon Blanc (White Wine)
-Oyster Bay ($10)
Riesling (White Wine)
-Chateau St Michelle Riesling Harvest (may have done a review) ($9)
Pinot Grigio (White Wine)
-Armani Pinot Grigio Venejie) ($10)
-Kris Point Grigio) ($10)
Pinot Noir (Read Wine)
-D’Autrefois Reserve Pinot Noir ($14)
-Rapiteau Pinot Noir ($10)
Keep in mind folks, I haven’t tried most of these wines, but I did do some reading on it, in regards to taste and notes. Now, if y’all think I should try some of these, leave a comment or email me and will happily review the wine of your choice.