The Christmas markets in Europe are something we love to visit. The markets evoke all of the senses with the beautiful lights, the holiday smells and great holiday treats to try. One of the things we like to enjoy is the warm mulled wine. It warms you up from the inside out when it is cold. It has great spiced flavors from cinnamon, cloves and star anise.
The holiday season seams to always sneak up on us and this wild year is no different. As you are finishing up your last minute shopping, Wine Curations would like to help you choose which wines to buy for Christmas dinner. Whether you are having a lighter fare with seafood or a beef tenderloin, we have you covered for the main dishes.
With the holiday season upon us, Wine Curations would like to help everyone find wines for the different holiday gatherings they may be attending this year. We have Hanukkah starting on December 10 through December 18. Then, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be December 24th and 25th. Finally, we will be celebrating the arrival of 2021 on December 31 and January 1. There are a lot of festivities to look forward to!
For this article, we are going to delve a little deeper into kosher wine and give some recommendations for kosher wineries to keep an eye out for.
Picking out wines for the Thanksgiving table can be a daunting task. There is usually a smorgasbord of food to choose from so how do you pair a wine to go with them all? Our recommendation is to have at least a couple of options since everyone usually has their own preferences on what they would like to have. All of our recommendations are food friendly wine varietals that should not overwhelm any of the traditional Thanksgiving foods.
With the holidays fast approaching, we often get asked for recommendations on wine gadgets. Since 2020, has been a trying year for all in at least one way or another, we decided it was best to recommend a luxurious “splurge” and a nice bang for your buck “sparing”.