Had a Koyote's Run Sparkling Pinot Noir rose last night. It was served with a Stuffed roast chicken and was a very good pairing, particularly since the bread stuffing had blueberries and cranberries in it. The fruity notes in the wine matched very well with the stuffing and the meal overall.
The previous evening I opened a Rosewood Estates Gewurztraminer that I found very good and quite unique. It is dry, has quite a bite and an unusual floural finish. This is now my favourite wine of this variety.
I'm quite impressed with Rosewood Estates in that they offer unique wines that make them stand out in the region.
Its funny how things work out some times. The Rose, my father brought from my stash without knowing what the menu was, and the Gewurztraminer is the only white I kept in my apartment. Both meal pairings were quite by accident and both were exceptional in their 'choice'.
Blujays1: Spending Fred's money one bottle at a time, no two... Oh crap!