« 2007 Harvest the Best Ever for Long Island Wine? | Main | I Guess Alice Feiring Doesn't Like Long Island Wine...Or Hasn't Tasted Much of It »

November 14, 2007


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

A great and very valid point, Lenn. I know that at my house my Dad's got ten bottles open at a time and it's a complete free-for-all. People pick bottles based on what they like -- or what he tells them they like ;) But it very rarely has much to do with what's being served. How can it? Like you said, virtually every type of food is served at Thanksgiving and all eaten at once. A local perspective is a nice one too, to narrow down the options.

Lenn, thanks for your refreshing, stress-reducing, and, dare I say, inspiring take on the dreaded Thanksgiving Wine Pairing Dilemma. In my experience all those diverse foods are piled high and voraciously gobbled up (sorry!). Seems to me, any enjoyable, quaffable wine will work -- especially if it's local.

Maybe this can be a future WBW theme - local wine/food pairing for Thanksgiving.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Long Island Restaurant Week

The Cork Reports are protected under a...

  • Creative Commons License

Empire State Cellars

A Taste of Summer

Experience Finger Lakes

NYCR Advertisers

Become a NYCR Sponsor