Thanksgiving wine wisdom from around the cyber-ether:
· Dave McIntyre at the Washington Post: "Open one of everything." Is it any wonder that Dave is the Wine Curmudgeon's kind of guy?
· Eric Asimov in the New York Times: "As always, please don’t contort yourself trying to find only the specific bottles we recommend. These bottles are simply examples of the types of wines that ought to work well at Thanksgiving." This, actually, may be the best advice any important wine writer has ever given. And he even recommends a New York wine.
· Stephen Meuse in the Boston Globe: The only time I've ever seen the word apothegm used in a wine review (or anywhere else, for that matter). But his advice is sound, and he recommends Massachusetts wine. What's with these big deal wine writers suddenly hopping on the DrinkLocalWine.com bandwagon?