red wines to go along with this week's menu items.
- what to know about cabernet sauvignon - it is one of the world's most recognized wines. it is grown from black grapes in almost every wine-producing region in the world.
- how it tastes - some cabs may have vegetal tastes, similar to the zest of a green pepper. others may have hints of mint and eucalyptus.
- we suggest that you pair cabernet sauvignon with ghost block cab with our hanger steak with beets, orange, goats cheese & fennel
- what to know about merlot - it is one of the most widely planted grapes in the bordeaux wine region, and, as a result, one of the world's most widely planted grapes.
- how it tastes - it is similar to pinot noir with notes of berries and currants. it also hints of plums, and it has medium body.
- we suggest that you pair Paloma merlot with this week's arugula pesto & pistachio pasta
- what to know about red zinfandel - there is relatively little known about the origin of this grape, though DNA testing has shown that it has cousins in croatia.
- how it tastes - this robust red wine has flavors of raspberries, blackberries, anise, and pepper.
- we suggest that you pair Louis Martini red zinfandel with harvest spinach salad with fall squash and shredded chicken
turkey trots in d/fw.
what better way is there to kick off your thanksgiving holiday than with a great run? we've scouted out some fun races to run in the d/fw area on november 22nd. sign yourself up and start training!