Why the label on the back is as important as the label on the front.
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Um, yeah. Turns out Zinfandel works pretty well with Thanksgiving too.
You probably know his work from Domaine Serene or from Shea Wine Cellars, but it's likely you haven't seen these wines yet. Come meet Drew, taste his wine, and walk away happy.
White wines for your Thanksgiving table. (Next week: reds to place beside them.)
Don't forget how sophisticated Sherry and cheese are. You know, since you're sophisticated yourself.
Nothing like a trip to Burgundy. Even if it's only through wine tasting.
Just because you don't recognize it doesn't mean it's not delicious.
Doooin' what comes natch-erally.
Yeah, it turns out they're not all the same.
Welcome to the dark side.
Yep. It's a fancy dinner. With fancy wine. At Feast. You remember- we do that once in a while.