Celebrate with Decoy

November 5, 2018

Thank you Decoy for sponsoring this post. Complete your own tablescapes with Decoy this holiday season.

November is here and you know what that means... Thanksgiving and the Holidays are right around the corner and 'tis the season for gathering! Whether you are celebrating Thanksgiving with family or getting together with friends, popping open a bottle of Decoy wine (or two) is the perfect way to get the soiree started. As part of the Duckhorn Porfolio of wines, Decoy is classic, elevated and tasteful. My two favorites are the Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, both of which compliments nicely with my favorite cheese plate with truffle brie, sharp cheddar, fresh berries, black mission figs, proscuitto and salami. If you prefer white, the bright and aromatic Sauvignon Blanc is refreshing on the palate with a sweet yet subtle undercurrent of lemon, lime, honeydew and nectarine. If you are a Pinot lover (Pinot is my go-to red wine of choice), you would enjoy the Decoy Pinot Noir with classic aromas of ripe strawberry, cherry and plum, along with subtle hints of cola and clove. Whatever the occasion might be, there is something for everyone!

In previous years, I had always celebrated Thanksgiving with family or a group of friends and as much as I love cooking (I cook at least 3 times a week!) I have never actually made a Turkey! This year, however, I am going to do it!!! First time for everything, right? My boyfriend and I are keeping it low-key and doing Thanksgiving with just the two of us (well, and the pups). Turkey-cooking seems to be some sort of rocket science and the outcome heavily depends on the proper prep work, precise timing and perfect temperature. But hey! If it doesn't turn out as good as I hope, at least we will have some good Decoy wine right? :)
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of CLEVER and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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