Red Wines for Thanksgiving

Kicking off #GTiPinotNoir


Just in time for Thanksgiving, we’re swinging into full on Pinot Noir mode. Pinot Noir, whether fruity and light or rich and powerful, is one of the top wines, if not the top, recommended for Thanksgiving. With so many of you out there looking for and tasting great Pinot Noirs for the rest of the month, I knew this was the right time for our Pinot Noir Global Tasting Initiative!

In case you haven’t heard, Snooth’s Global Tasting Initiative is all abut sharing, recommending and learning about wine.

We're sharing our thoughts about a single grape: Pinot Noir through Dec. 1

Recommending our favorite Pinots

Learning about the regions and vintages famed for Pinot

So join us as we wade through the world of Pinot Noir over the next two weeks. We’ll be busy sharing our thoughts and we hope you’ll come by and share yours, either on our #GTiPinotNoir page or in the Snooth forum. On both, we’ll be discussing all things Pinot. See you there!

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  • I confidently recommend the 2009 vintage in Burgundy. This is a delightfully forward, wonderful vintage, and doesn't need to disappear into the cellar for years (like some 2008's)

    Nov 16, 2011 at 5:12 AM

  • Hi Snooth,
    What about Portuguese for Poultry?
    My Alente Red which was reviewed by Snooth last April would be great with Turkey.
    Adele Capela
    Value VInes

    Nov 16, 2011 at 11:16 AM

  • Snooth User: proxemia
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    Personally, I love Barefoot Pinot Noir, it is not a complicated wine, but it gives you that berry flavor witha low tannin, silky finish of a good Pinot Noir

    Nov 16, 2011 at 4:08 PM

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