Baillie Grohman Gewürztraminer 2010

Review By Lisa: This tasty, dry Gewürztraminer has aromas of floral and exotic spices, with notes of lychee, rose petal and tropical fruit on the palate. Not just a summertime sipper; pair this with your turkey dinner and all the fixings!

 

Riverstone Merlot 2011

Review By Renate: Grab the dark chocolate and maybe a cozy sweater for this South Okanagan Merlot. Rich aromas with flavors of plum, dark berries and a hint of chocolate. This wine is a great cellar dweller.

 

Moon Curser Syrah 2010 Review By Charlotte:

This medium-bodied Syrah will help you bring in the fall season. Notes of chocolate, spice, and black cherry along with its smooth tannins make this easy to enjoy at any get together.

 

Hester Creek Reserve Merlot 2008

Review By Kris: Huge raspberry flavors. Soft, silky tannins. Utterly delicious before, during, or after your Thanksgiving feasts. The only note this baby doesn’t hit is the high C!

 

Wild Goose Stoney Slope Riesling 2011

Review by Stefan: Intense, mouth watering aromas of citrus and crisp granny smith apples. Pleasing minerality and tropical fruits makes this a perfect accompaniment to Thanksgiving dinner. Try it, you’ll be happy you did!

 

Thornhaven Sauvignon Blanc/Chardonnay

Review by David: Fruit forward and fresh! You don’t like Chardonnay?…then you’ll love this wine! It is unoaked, off dry and has a rich mouthfeel. It would be a great pairing with Thanksgiving ham or turkey.

 

Gray Monk Rotberger

Review by Tracy: This “true Rosé” is crisp and dry. The tangy rhubarb and raspberry flavors and aromas would pair well with all the tastes of fall such as dishes with baked root vegetables, apples, or squash.

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