Aconcagua cool shelter from the upcoming full-bodied Bordeaux-varieties blend is perfect for cheese and strong meat of the guy.
the Wine tastes savoury black currant and red marjaisuus, which firm tanniinisuus wrapped nicely together. A rich wine will turn spicy on the finish, which seemed paahteisuus as well as subtle pippurisuus. Can also a glass.Koyta Don Cande Cinsault 2016, Chile (15,90 €)
Southern Chile's Itata valley's chill arrived medium-bodied novelty wine, which almost christmas spices resembling aromikkuus rhymes with nice cherry and a little yrttisen more flavor with the world.
Tannins is scarce puoleisesti, and the wine is appropriately light, with a gentle oak of the flick is an excellent accompaniment to ham and turkey as well as foie gras chaser.J. W. Huesgen Pinot Noir 2016, Germany (10,49 €)
Excellent, fresh Pfalzista the ham to wine, with medium fullness in the aromikkuudessaan is ripe raspberries, cherries and cranberries mehukkaassa package. The wine has medium tannins and good hapokkuutensa thanks to a strong ensemble. Berries and elegant wine cuts also great for christmas foie gras fat.
Wine is a great price-quality ratio and it is also very good for socializing.Leo Martin Selección Mencía 2014, Spain (13,98 €)
a Rich and powerful spicy novelty wine comes from Castilla-León area Bierzosta and is made from the local Mencía variety.
Pepper, liquorice and dark marjaisuus dominate the rich wine whose tannins are moderate napsakat. The fruit is even slightly jam-like saturated.
Meaty and firm wine fits the darker lihoille, say, roast lamb or venison.Antiche Terre Amarone Natale 2015, Italy (25,90 €)
can't be christmas without amaronea and Antiche Terre is do you like your christmas wine, whose price-quality ratio is unmatched.
taste of the world is amaronelle typical: sour cherries, spices, raisins, figs and chocolate ryhdittää are abundant and seem to tannins. The secondary taste is slightly smoky and mocha-lush greenery, which makes the wine a great pair of hunting or other aromikkaalle dark lihoille. Don't forget the cheese.