James Roscoe wrote:I actually like the Dr. Loosen, but it goes for more like $12 here.
Carl Eppig wrote:Hoomsoever, there is a difference between "turkey" and "Thanksgiving." Thanksgiving involves many, many more flavors and aromas than just turkey. Just the sage laden cornbread stuffing and candied sweet potatoes without any other sides can destroy just about any Riesling even very sweet ones. That is why our Thanksgiving wine is always Zindandel.
James Roscoe wrote:How about for us poor school teachers who have a host of in-laws coming over? What if we want to hide away something from the nieces who drink too much and have a special bottle around? Should we save any Riesling for the pumpkin pie? Let's get a good thread going here!
Carl Eppig wrote:David M. Bueker wrote:Sweet potatoes can also destroy zin.
I guess you've never met a Tobin James Fatboy, and bet you don't want to.
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