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Wine Experts’ Choice

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Our featured wines for your Thanksgiving get-together or host gift. Drink responsibly. Be 21.

Our experts highlight wines from our extensive selection. They take a lot into consideration—from flavor profile and food pairings to winemakers’ stories—all to help you find something you’ll really love on your next shopping trip. Be sure to check the wine aisle for their picks.

Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay

Symbol Description Flavor Profile Food Pairings
Wine Simplified icon - white full-bodied Full-bodied white Ripe pear, peach, bright acidity Poultry, ravioli, seafood & smoked cheeses

Sonoma-Cutrer Chardonnay bottle of wineThis creamy, well-balanced wine ferments in stainless steel tanks for a few days, then is transferred to French oak barrels to ferment for eight months. The Sonoma Coast has diverse types of soil and growing conditions, and is known for producing exceptional chardonnay.

Charles Krug Cabernet Sauvignon

Symbol Description Flavor Profile Food Pairings
Wine Simplified icon - full-bodied-red Full-bodied red Ripe black cherry, blackberry, black currant, hints of dried blueberry and cocoa Prime rib, filet mignon, New York strip steak, lamb & veal

Charles Krug Cabernet Sauvignon bottle of wineCharles Krug Winery was established in 1861 and is considered the oldest winery in Napa Valley. The grapes for this sturdy cabernet are hand-harvested at night to allow for a long, cool fermentation. The wine is aged in French oak barrels for 14 months.

Kendall-Jackson Grand Reserve Chardonnay

Symbol Description Flavor Profile Food Pairings
Wine Simplified icon - white full-bodied Full-bodied white Lemon, lime, floral notes, hints of vanilla Poultry, fish & salad

Kendall-Jackson Grand Reserve Chardonnay bottle of wineThis rich chardonnay has a firm backbone and a long finish. It ages for eight months in French and American oak barrels. The grapes are sourced from a certified sustainable vineyard.

Champs de Provence Rosé

Symbol Description Flavor Profile Food Pairings
Wine Simplified icon - light-bodied and fruity red Light-bodied and fruity red Red berries, citrus, orange blossom, hints of raspberry Fish, shellfish, prosciutto & fontina, Gruyère, Gouda, and blue cheeses

Champs de Provence Rosé  bottle of wineThe grapes for this classic dry rosé come from vines with an average age of 30 years. The wine is cold-stabilized for five to six days before it’s fermented in stainless steel tanks. Grape varieties are vinified (converted into wine by fermentation) separately. Each ferments for 15 days and is aged for several weeks on fine lees before being blended.

Meet Our Experts

Scott is a wine buyer who specializes in whites and sparkling wines, but in his leisure time he enjoys a full-bodied cabernet sauvignon with a full plate of chicken parmesan, pasta, and red sauce.

Andrew is a wine buyer who specializes in old world wines from France, Italy and Spain. His advice on choosing a good bottle of wine is to pair it to match the intensity of the food. Fatty meats, such as ribeye steaks, work great with a bold red wine like a cabernet sauvignon or Sangiovese.

Erik, a wine buyer, has tried wines produced all over the world. He loves big bold cabs from California to fresh rosés on a warm summer evening. He is always looking for the next great wine.

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