This holiday season, whether you’ve got a crowd coming or you’re the invited guest, a nice wine can complement the meal. Consumer Reports just evaluated two popular wines that are good for the holidays: chardonnay and pinot noir.
crowd coming or you’re the invited guest, a nice wine can complement the meal. consumer reports’ tests turn up some wines that are sure to please without breaking the bank. restaurateur john crabtree has an extensive wine collection. there are six thousand different wines for customers to choose from. “with different ingredients crossing over into different dishes, it gives you the opportunity to pair red wines with white fish and white wines with red meat.” consumer reports just evaluated two popular wines that are good for the holidays – chardonnay and pinot noir. it had industry experts blind-taste 32 different ones – most costing under 15 dollars a bottle. “depending upon the stylistic components of chardonnay, you can have them before your meal or you can have them with anything from grilled fish tcreamy soups like new england clam chowder. and pinot noirs are really versatile with