Wines Worth Sharing

The holidays can be overwhelming with shopping,  decorating,  holiday cards,  and  visiting folks. Instead of picking that one date in December, smack in the middle of the craziness, to host a big holiday bash, why not throw a smaller more intimate gathering where you enjoy good company and good wine. We asked  Bottle Revolution 3 sommelier Patrick Agate to choose wines worth sharing with your favorite people.

Folk Tree Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012, $24

If you’re looking for quality and mass appeal you’ve gotta include a Napa cab.  This one is well made and reasonably priced.

Christian Moreau, 2014, $28

This is the kind of chardonnay I make people taste when they tell me they don’t like chardonnay.

Flowers Pinot Noir, 2014, $43

This is a very dry version of its varietal.  It’s very tasty and everyone loves it.

Pascal Jolivet, 2014, $25.

It’s 100 percent Sauvignon Blanc and it’s dry, crisp and delicious.

Alexandra Drosu

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