What’ We’re Drinking Christmas 2019
Whether you’re the host-everyone-and-the-cousins holiday party, the party going gift giver, or you’re a quiet night at home with the tree and a glass of wine – we’re here to make all the holiday styles merry and tasty. Here are some wines we recommend to help make your evening jolly and your table bright.

Chenin Blanc
Crisp, round, and bright. Like that pile of snow you don’t have to shovel until tomorrow (it’s Christmas, treat yourself). Chenin Blanc goes well with appetizers, poultry, and ham, and as a post snow-shovel refresher.

Bordeaux (red and white!)
Have wine aficionados coming to dinner? We have Bordeaux sure to impress, and we have bottles that won’t break the bank! Have someone on your gift list who loves wine? Bordeaux makes a great gift to drink now or cellar for later

Champagne (all the bubbles!)
Cooking? Enjoy a glass of champagne. Oysters, Salmon, Popcorn… Champagne. Celebrating big, celebrating small: bubbly. Basically, if it’s cold outside, we recommend bubbles inside!

Pair with heavier dishes like roasts, or chocolate cake and a cozy fire. Zinfandel also is a great wine for mulling and sharing with your crew as you carol into the night.

It may be cold and snowy out, but we can pretend it’s not with a glass of Rosé. Bonus, Rosé goes well with all the traditional Christmas dishes: roast, turkey, goose, and ham. Pair your Rosé based on the weight of your dish, the heavier the dish, the more robust the Rosé.

Enjoy a little sip after dinner or with a cheese and charcuterie board while you settle into an evening of reminiscing or board games. Have another little sip as you ponder how to use that Q…