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  • The Wall Street Journal: The Wines to Buy this Thanksgiving: A Guide to America’s Up-and-Coming Regions

    THE WINES TO BUY THIS THANKSGIVING: A GUIDE TO AMERICA’S UP-AND-COMING REGIONS

    By: Lettie Teague, Wine Columnist – The Wall Street Journal 

    From Maryland Syrah to Rocky Mountain Riesling, exciting wines are turning up in
    unexpected places thanks to intrepid American producers. Raise a toast to our nation’s
    bounty with these off-the-beaten-track bottles

    The famed frontier spirit of the men and women who helped settle the country we now
    call the United States required courage and conviction and the willingness to leave the
    familiar behind for worlds unknown—possible riches or possible ruin. It’s the same spirit
    that drives so many American winemakers today, men and women who often risk all in the
    hope of producing a world-class wine.

    Consider these bottles from up-and-coming American wine regions for your Thanksgiving table

    New Mexico
    Gruet Sparkling Pinot Meunier $42: Native Frenchman Laurent Gruet began growing
    grapes for Champagne-method sparkling wine just outside Albuquerque, N.M., decades
    ago—a quixotic endeavor then and now. But this crisp, slightly herbal Pinot Meunier
    sparkler is a first, produced in honor of the winery’s 30th anniversary.

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