By Wetakem LLC, Special for USDR
“People stress about finding the perfect pairing, but it’s really just about choosing delicious wines that are versatile enough to match the day’s spectrum of flavors and inexpensive enough to serve in ample supply,” says Oldman, whose third book How to Drink Like a Billionaire: Mastering Wine with Joie de Vivre (Regan Arts) is aimed at showing people how to drink like the 1% – without spending like one. See the book trailer on YouTube.
These are Oldman’s ten time-tested steals that will pair with everything on the Thanksgiving table, and are all priced under $15, some even under $10:
Jaume Serra Cristalino Brut Cava (Spain)
Antinori “Villa Antinori” Tuscana White (Italy)
Chateau Ste. Michelle Pinot Gris Columbia Valley (Washington State)
Marqués de Cáceres Verdejo Rueda (Spain)
Bogle Zinfandel Old Vine (California)
Caste Rock Pinot Noir Central Coast (California)
Jean-Luc Colombo Côtes du Rhône Les Abeilles (France)
Planeta Sicilia La Segreta Red (Italy)
Viu Manent Carménère Gran Reserva (Chile)
Yalumba Cabernet Sauvignon South Australia The Y Series ( Australia)
Oldman provides hundreds of other top wine picks and alternatives to so-called billionaire wines in his new book How to Drink Like a Billionaire: Mastering Wine with Joie de Vivre. For more top wine picks, order Mark’s book on Amazon.
Oldman encourages people to be relaxed about wine, and ignore wine snobs who turn down their noses at wines under $15.
“These Thanksgiving picks are sure to please even the most finicky family member and get you through Turkey Day affordably – and with maximum flavor.”
Mark Oldman is one of America’s most popular wine personalities. Bon Appètit described his charismatic style as “winespeak without the geek.” Twice the winner of the Georges Duboeuf Best Wine Book of the Year Award, his books – Oldman’s Guide to Outsmarting Wine and Oldman’s Brave New World of Wine – have been called the “perfect book” by the Wall Street Journal and the “perfect primer” by The New Yorker. Oldman’s sold-out appearances at the country’s top gastronomic festivals are considered must-see events in the world of food and wine.
SOURCE Wetakem LLC
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