The weather is getting colder, and we’ve got holidays on the brain, well, almost. Before we dive into our 2021 Thanksgiving Wine List next week, let’s focus on the present. It’s Tuesday, and that means tacos are on tonight’s menu.
You may not think of wine when it comes to Mexican fare, but each of the bottles below makes a winning combo with the flavors you'll be enjoying. Plus, it's a great excuse to enjoy some lighter options in the Fall. We've even linked some outstanding recipe pairings for each from Colorado food blogger Yvette at Muy Bueno Cookbook!
Look for these wines at your local wine shop or click the links to order from Wine.Com. They’ll be at your door by the time Taco Tuesday rolls around next week.
Cheers to one of the best days of the week!
Another sustainable beauty for your Saturday! If you haven’t tried a Grüner Veltliner, it’s something you should try for Fall 2021!
For me, this variety is a good option if you’re usually a beer drinker. It’s got a little spritz to it and some awesome savory characteristics. This one from Berger in Kremstal, Austria is 100% Grüner Veltliner in a one liter format with screw cap.
The wine is dry with a flavors of white blossoms, citrus, stone fruit, green and white pepper, and that savory quality that’s incredibly friendly to food.
It’s certified by Fair’n Green — a sustainable organization with members in France, Germany, and Austria.
No synthetic fertilizers are used, all pomace is composted, and they don’t add any aromatic yeasts or oak by-products.
We’re pouring it on Wednesday for our online sustainability class! Check this link for deets and info on where to buy this and the rest of the wines in the lineup!
Have you tasted this type of wine? Drop your impressions and rec's in the comments below!
Click here to order this one from Wine.com