Alsatian wines are somewhat traditional for Thanksgiving. Though folks often gravitate toward the floral and aromatic Gewurztraminer, we think this phemonenal Riesling from Dirler-Cadé would be just perfect for Thanksgiving fare. With beautiful aromas of white stone fruits on the nose, the palate is somewhat unctuous but by no means hot or fat. A very racy spine of acidity seems to lift the palate and brings out the wine's succulent, juicy, fleshy fruit flavors. Delicious mineral notes on the finish complete the experience. If there's any leftover after the turkey, this wine also does wonders for scallops. MSB
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