“Through the Grapevine” Holiday Edition

It’s hard to believe that we are in the last month of this year AND the decade. Who even can remember as far back as 2010? What were we all doing? Pretty soon, we’ll be ringing in the new roaring 20s. Or will they be called something else?

Before we get to the dawn of a new decade, we must first get through the biggest part of the holiday season. This means plenty of parties, dinners, and bottles of wine to consume before we sing Auld Lang Syne at the top of our lungs. If you’re wondering what bottles are best for a holiday celebration, I got you covered in my latest “Through the Grapevine.”

“Through the Grapevine” Holiday Edition

In the Winter Issue of South Florida Luxury Guide magazine, my “Through the Grapevine” Holiday Edition article gives a few examples of absolutely perfect holiday wines to serve or bring as a gift as you revel in the last Christmas and New Year’s Eve of the 2010s. From something red and white to an absolutely elegant and exciting bubbly, this list offers three wines that are guaranteed to impress. The difference between these recommendations and others that may pop up in one of my Biscayne Times Vino columns is that these wines do not fit a certain price range. Anything goes for luxury readers, although these wines can usually be found for $35-$125.

As always, if you’d like to reference older issues of South Florida Luxury Guide magazine and my “Through the Grapevine” articles, please check out the page where I link to each of the past issues with my wine contributions.

Wishing you a wonderful holiday season full of all of the best wines!

Check out South Florida Luxury Guide Magazine & my "Through the Grapevine" Article

Check out South Florida Luxury Guide Magazine & my “Through the Grapevine” Article

 

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