posted on Nov, 20 2016 @ 03:18 PM
OK, the family always does a dress Thanksgiving complete with an appetizer table that usually features wine. For the past two Thanksgivings, the
appetizers have been mine to plan, and I know very little about wine aside from the very basics.
This year, I've decided to do a light charcuterie board for the adults and older kids with some kiddie fare for the littler kids. And I am looking
for some wine suggestions. I would like to keep these in the $10 to $15ish range per bottle.
Meats: Rose Salumi, a bit of Serrano Ham, Smoked Brined Beef Heart, Rabbit Pate
Cheeses: Beemster Vlaskaas, Cypress Grove Humboldt Fog, Carr Valley Menage
Accompanied By: Fuji Apples, Red Grapes, Walnuts, Mixed Olives, Wheat Thins and Toasted Baguette
Condiments: Whole Grain Mustard, Smoked Honey
I would like two wines to go with this. Traditionally, we have had a white and red in years past.