This Thanksgiving holiday we all have much to be #grateful for. At the top of the list has to be those in our lives that we love and care for. Wishing everyone a safe and a very Happy Thanksgiving. Cheers!
More smiles on more faces.
With the Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching here in America, choosing a good wine to pair with your meal should not be complicated. Nor should it require a host to be a certified sommelier. And, it doesn’t have to be particularly expensive. Just like our #wineglass collection, we much prefer our wines to be #approachable.
So, if you don’t happen to be a certified sommelier (and even if you are), we recommend that same path when selecting your holiday wines. This will allow you to concentrate more on enjoying your guests rather than worrying about whether or not you have chosen the ultimately perfect wines.
That’s why we were excited to see that Oprah Daily recently published a great article showcasing 20 very approachable wines to accompany your Turkey Day meal. And, most of the wines they selected come in at under the $20 price point and a few slightly over $10. That's nice.
Here’s the link to their story:
In a recent article, the website HiConsumption.com offers up The 15 Best Rye Whiskeys to Drink Neat in 2021. Author Grady Van Dyke gives his views on the current state of the rye whiskey category, how a rye whiskey differs from a bourbon and his opinions on some pretty darn good rye whiskeys.
Now, the term “best whiskey” is always going to be the starting ground for good, friendly debates. But there can be no debate when it comes to the best whiskey glassware. The Stölzle lineup of glassware is simply unmatched at raising the flavor profile of our favorite whiskeys to be their very best. So, as the holidays approach, make sure you are serving your guests well.
Great whiskeys, served in great glassware. And always enjoyed by great guests. Cheers!
More smiles on more faces.
Recently, the noted British wine writer for The Guardian newspaper, Fiona Beckett extolled the pleasures of migrating to bigger, richer reds as the nights grow longer and the temperatures begin to drop. Beckett shares her love for some of her favorite values from local UK supermarket stores.
As the clocks change and the leaves fall from the trees, we have to agree with that sentiment of seeking out great value reds to add to the cooler, crispier evenings. Lately, our favorites are coming more and more from Spain and seem to be primarily Tempranillo or Tempranillo blends.
Here's also a link to Fiona Beckett's website, "Matching Food & Wine":
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