Give thanks with good wine

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GOOD WINEWe asked Camille Copeland, sommelier of Wine & Cheese, If You Please, for a few good wine pairings for Turkey Day. She came back with a white, a rose and a red.

 

 
White Pinot Noir
Teutonic Wine Company's 2014 White Pinot Noir ($24.99)

Pinot Noir lovers, rejoice! This white wine is a blend of 60 percent Pinot Noir, 35 percent Muller Thurgau and 5 percent Chasselas, and yes, it is white! With its juicy mouth feel and  beautiful aromatics of candied fruit, lemon/lime zest and bright citrus notes, it will have you smiling all the way through Thanksgiving dinner, no matter what the in-laws say!

 

sentierSentier AIX 2014 Rose ($12.99)

Just one sip of this incredibly delicious and fruity (but dry) rose will have you dreaming of Provence!  

 

 

 

doumenDaumen Vaucluse Principaute 2013, Red Blend ($13.99)

A savory, mouthwatering and juicy blend of 35 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 30 percent Grenache, 15 percent Syrah, 15 percent Merlot, 5 percent Cinsault, Carignan and Mourvedre. A flavor-packed red, that is not only Demeter Certified, but also Biodynamic, from one of the areas smallest, and hands-on Chateauneuf-du-Pape producers.