Thanksgiving Wines

Thanksgiving Wines at Liquor Barn (Denver's Best Liquor Store)

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and The Liquor Barn has a selection of wines that you’ll be thankful for!

It’s tough to pick one wine that will go well with all the flavors of Thanksgiving, as well as suiting everyone’s taste.  But luckily, The Liquor Barn has a variety of great choices for you.  We offer a great selection of wines, including many Pinot Noir, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, and Beaujolais wines that will compliment any Thanksgiving feast.

Here are a few of our current favorites:

Kendall Jackson Reisling

Kendall Jackson Reisling

Kendall Jackson Reisling

A crisp wine with layers of apricot, peach and orange blossom blend with bursts of aromatic jasmine and a wonderful finish.
 
 
 

 

The Pinot Project Pinot Noir

The Pinot Project Pinot Noir

 The Pinot Project Pinot Noir

A ripe, very California style of Pinot noir-but not heavy. This is the definition of crowd-pleaser: Right flavor profile, right package at the right price. Once a customer tries this, they WILL be back. It has developed quite a following in the short time since it has first release!

 

 

Lost Canyon Pinot Noir

Lost Canyon Pinot Noir

Lost Canyon Pinot Noir

This beautiful 25-acre vineyard is situated on the outskirts of Graton. Planted in 1999, on what was once a fertile apple orchard and lined with eucalyptus trees, the Goff-Whitton Vineyard provides the fruit for this full-bodied Pinot Noir. Using a variety of clones, including 115, 113, Pommard, & Beringer leads to a wine that is bold in color. Aromas of plums, figs and cocoa powder lead to subtle hints of bay leaves. Flavors of black and red cherries, sweet plums and figs dance on the palate. Perfectly balanced bright acidity and firm, chewy tannins create a wonderful mouth-feel with lingering subtle flavors of baking spices.

Annabella Pinot Noir

Annabella Pinot Noir

Annabella Pinot Noir

Smokey, dried cherry fruit in the nose with a vibrant bust of blueberry flavors in the finish. Aromatically, the wine has sweet and sour cherry flavors, along with clove and cinnamon. The subtle oak overtones, makes this a perfect wine to pair with roasted garlic chicken, rigatoni tossed with an Abruzzi style lamb ragu, or an aged Camembert cheese. Medium tannins allow this wine to drink.
 

Peter Adler Riesling

Peter Adler Riesling

Peter Adler Riesling

Peter Mertes’ Spatlese Riesling offers a breezy balance of sweetness and acidity perfect for relaxing at the end of the day. Enticing notes of green apple, melon, and citrus are balanced by a hint of minerality on the palate. Try pairing with bold, spicy foods!
 
 
 
 

Chateau Michelle Sauvignon Blanc

Chateau Michelle Sauvignon Blanc

 

 Chateau Michelle Sauvignon Blanc

This Sauvignon Blanc is not as in-your-face as some of what you see coming out of New Zealand, and for that we like it. The style is a nice blend of Old World and New: the region’s cool climate ensures that grapes aren’t overripe or the wines too sweet. Château Ste. Michelle has consistently fared well with Wine Trialsblind tasters and with the wine world at large; they seem to have mastered the art of producing delicious, interesting wines for the budget drinker.