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680News wine reviews – December 23–25, 2011 

Christmas Wines I
You've probably done all your shopping for Christmas dinner by now, but have you chosen the wine to match your turkey? I recommend having both a white and a red on the table. If your preference is for white meat, a dry white wine such as a white Burgundy or a cool-climate Chardonnay – from Ontario or New Zealand – would be ideal. If your turkey stuffing includes fruit I'd opt for a Riesling, Kabinett style from Germany or off-dry style from Ontario. Keep listening to 680 News for my recommendations for red wines with turkey. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com.

Christmas Wines II
When it comes to the Christmas turkey I always advocate both a white and a red wine on the table. For those who prefer dark meat a red wine is preferable. You don't need a blockbuster – a Beaujolais Villages at room temperature, an Ontario Pinot Noir or a red Burgundy would be perfect. And when it comes to left-over turkey a glass of wine always helps to prolong the celebration. I wish you and your family all the best for the holiday season. For Post City Magazines, I'm Tony Aspler, 680News and 680News.com.

 

 

 

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