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This Valentine’s Day pick a Champagne to celebrate with your loved one: pick one that one of our local favorite restaurateurs and wine shop will select for themselves.

Jeff Groh, Sommelier at Ka’Ana Kitchen at the Andaz Maui
$$$$ Egly-Ouriet VP Brut (a favorite grower of Jeff’s from Ambonnay) or $$ Pierre Peters NV Brut Blanc de blancs from Mesnil.

Gianna Mistura, co-owner of Matteo’s Osteria in Wailea, Maui
$$$ Palmes D’Or

Norm Schuhardt, General Manager of Capische at The Hotel Wailea
$$$$ Bollinger

Anthony Torres, Food and Beverage Director at The Grand Wailea
$$$$ Taittinger

Ed Mikesh, owner of Wailea Wine
$$$  "Hand’s down”  N.V. Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose

Aaron Placourakis, President and CEO of Nick’s Fishmarket
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Great Wine Selections for All Your Holiday Get-togethers

Great Wines at Great Prices

Hubert Meyer CRÉMANT D’ ALSACE Brut, Alsace, France 2013 LAGUNA Chardonnay, Russian River, CA 2013 CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL Red Wine Blend, Washington   

Gifts for Avid Wine Drinkers

2012 SCHRAMSBERG 'BLANC DE BLANCS' Brut, Calistoga, CA 2013 LLOYD Chardonnay, Russian River, CA 2012 MARTINELLI “BELLA VIGNA” Pinot Noir  

Special Wines for Holiday Meals and Parties

HENRIOT CHAMPAGNE, NV Rosé, Reims, France 2014 PETER MICHAEL ‘L’ APRĒS-MIDI’ Sauvignon Blanc, Knights Valley, CA 2010 KUTCH 'MCDOUGALL RANCH' Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast, CA  

Gifts for Wine Collectors 

2006 LOUIS ROEDERER ‘CRISTAL’ CHAMPAGNE,…
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THANKSGIVING IS MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY, SHARED WITH FAMILY AND GREAT FRIENDS, YEAR AFTER YEAR. EVERYONE ALWAYS ASKS WHICH WINE MAY I BRING?

The richness of the Thanksgiving feast goes well with a few wines, but not all. The high fat and salt content of the traditional feast pairs well with low alcohol, low-tannin, high acid wines. The acid is needed to cut through the fat and low alcohol is preferred so as to not overpower the most important items on the table, the food. Low-tannic wines allow the flavors of the food to burst through without being overpowered by a big, bold cabernet sauvignon. Save that varietal for the steaks.

BRANDY’S WHITE WINE RECOMMENDATIONS


NV Vilmart Champagne
to start the festivities.


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