10 Wines You Need to Stock This Fall
If you eat seasonally, the shift from summer to fall means a shift in the wines you drink to complement the flavors of autumn’s bounty. Here’s a list of 10 wines to stock this fall. Best of all, none of them cost more than $20.
- Heitz Cellar Napa Valley Grignolino Rosé. Rosés are increasingly popular.
- Birichino Monterey Malvasia Bianca
- Domaine Sigalas Santorini Assyrtiko-Athiri
- Cowan Cellars Lake County Sauvignon Blanc. Cowan Cellars reminds us that Sauv Blancs should not be dismissed.
- Pieropan Soave. This white is aged in glass-lined concrete and has a fresh and slightly fruity finish.
- Anselmo Mendes Contacto Vinho Verde Alvarinho
- Le Fraghe Bardolino. This is a fresh, lighter red – try it out if you are predominantly a white wine lover or would like to find a more subtle red for vegetarian dishes.
- Domaine Robert Serol Les Vieilles Vignes Cote Roannaise Red
- Casa Santos Lima Quinta das Amoras Vinho Regional Lisboa Tinto. This one comes in a $6 and is Portugal’s way of making an interesting, satisfying red and at under $7, anybody can afford it.
- Jim Barry The Cover Drive Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon
These will keep your palate busy until you attend our next TPP wine event.
What are your favorite fall wines? Share your top picks in our comment box.