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Giving Thanks

As the crisp autumn air settles in and the aroma of butternut squash fills the kitchen, my excitement for Thanksgiving reaches a new level. This year, I've embarked on a mission to elevate the feast with the perfect wine pairings. I look forward to seeing you all here for some delightful selections. Picture this: the robust and peppery notes of California Zinfandel harmonizing with the savory goodness of a perfectly cooked turkey, creating a symphony of flavors on the palate. Add a touch of elegance with the velvety texture of a Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, dancing gracefully alongside the cranberry sauce and earthy stuffing. And let's not forget the lively and fruity French Beaujolais, a delightful companion to the medley of fall vegetables. These wines are not just libations; they are the companions to laughter, gratitude, and the joy of being surrounded by loved ones. I'm eagerly anticipating the clinking of glasses and the shared moments, prepping my guests for a holiday season filled with warmth, love, and of course, fantastic wine from yours truly. Thanksgiving is a holiday based on gratitde and thanks and I am very thankful for all of you! You make the magic happen, by your presence, your palates and your support by joining the wine club, coming in for glass of wine, and for telling your friends about your wine experience here at Porron Cellars. Thank you all so much! It is a pleasure and honor to serve you. Cheers to Thanksgiving and the delightful journey that unfolds in every glass!

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