Try these organic wines for your partyby Gannett News Service on Nov. 19, 2008, under Taste
Try these organic wines:
White: Chateau de Passavant Anjou Blanc 2007 is a dry, rich and ideal for lobster and white meats. It’s also excellent with cheeses. $16.99.
White: Cotes du Rhone Villages Saint Maurice Dom de L’Echevin 2006 is a full-bodied, ripe yet fresh blend of clairette and bourboulenc. Ideal for rich fish, white meats and lush sipping. $27.99.
Medium-bodied red: Chiusa Grande Montepulciano d’Abruzzo “Tommolo” 2006 is quite dry and lean with focused fruit for lighter red-sauce pastas. $12.99.
Medium-bodied red: Vin de Table Olivier Lemasson “Pinoir de Soif” 2007 is bright and lively with plenty of acidity reflecting its limestone origin. $24.99.
Full-bodied red: Cotes du Ventoux Dom. Terres de Solence “Les Trois Peres” 2005 is full with dark berry fruit. Terrific with savory meats and flavorful cheeses. $14.99.
Full-bodied red: Coturri Grenache Testa Vineyards 2007 is classic with great acidity. Great with rich hors d’oeuvres and holiday turkey. $30.