During the hectic Holiday Season we often entertain with dinner parties and open houses. This is a great time to offer up a selection of beverages to accommodate everyoneâ€™s pallet. We have selected a few of our favorites, sure to please the diverse preferences of your guests. If you prefer beers or want to mix it up with wine and beer, please see Holiday Beer Selection. If you prefer cocktails, see our beverage section for great options on martinis, margaritas and other favorites. Each option is sure to make it easier to select an assortment of beverages so you can enjoy the Holiday Season.
Red wines should be served at cave temperature and not room temperature. Cave temperature is 58 degrees. White wines and sparkling wines should be served at 48 degrees which is not icy cold or cave temperature. Basically if you take it out of the fridge and let it sit at room temperature for about 20 minutes it should be right. If served too cold, they wonâ€™t have much flavor. Drink responsibly and enjoy!
Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) (An assertive and crisp wine with fruit flavors.)
Franciscan Chardonnay (California) (A full bodied creamy and buttery wine.)
McManis Family Vineyards ChardonnayÂ (California) (A medium to full bodied wine with some fruit undertones.)
J CuvÃ©e 20 (California) (A complex, crisp and lighter style of sparkling wine.)
Roederer Estate Anderson Valley Brut Estate Bottled Sparkling Wine (California) (A complex, dry and harmonious sparkling wine with a hint of crispness.)
Rodney Strong Estate Vineyards Russian River Valley Pinot Noir (California) (Full bodied for a pinot noir that is very smooth with earthy undertones.)
Pedroncelli Pinot Noir (California) (Full bodied for a pinot noir that is very smooth.)
J. Lohr Los Osos Merlot (California) (Rich, robust, well balanced and very smooth.)
For the beverage chosen serve at proper temperature, open, pour and enjoy responsibly!
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