With the arrival of fall and the grape harvest coming to an end, colder temperatures and festive fall flavors have only just begun. Heartier dishes and flavors such as cinnASAPVinoLogoamon and pumpkin have started to flood our palates. As we kiss the days of sipping pinot gris and albarino poolside goodbye, our wine selections may also change. But all is not lost, especially if you are a white wine drinker. White wines tend to get the boot this time of year as heavier red wines take the stage. That doesn’t have to be the case. There are a number white wines, and red wines, well suited for fall. Read Full Article. 

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