Magnum bottled wine products are undoubtedly one of the most favored liquor products this year. Many alcohol lovers from all over the world highly recommend this drink as the perfect choice to pair with Christmas dinner.
Magnum bottles are comparatively a lot heavier and they might seem a bit excessive initially. However, larger bottles offer a lot more aeration to the drink, which means that the drink will taste a bit more mature. It will be an absolute treat for wine lovers and it will certainly knock you out within a few drinks. Below are a few wine products, which are perfect to pair with your favorite Christmas foods.
Magnum of Soave Garganega
Manufacturers use 70-year-old vines to produce this exceptional liquor product. It is then fermented at a cool temperature by using natural yeast. Soave Garganega is straw colored and it has a fresh aroma of white fruits. This drink perfectly matches the complexity of chestnut and pumpkin and it also reduces the saltiness of ham and richness of truffle.
Anton Bauer Gruner Vetliner Gmork
This exceptional drink has notes of herbs and ripe citrus fruits and it is a perfect choice to counterbalance the earthy and rich flavors of foie gras. This drink is delightfully aromatic, with undertones of spice, nuts, and pepper. Anton Bauer Gruner Vetliner Gmork pairs extremely well with quince and Turkey too.
Magnum of Trinch Bourgueil
This dry red wine is actually produced by using a hint of thyme and dark berry fruits. This red wine pairs exceptionally well with Venison and with other foods including sprouts, cranberries, red cabbage, and butternut squash. If you prefer to drink red wine on Christmas, then you should certainly try this drink.
Lunatic red is actually a blend of strong tannins, spices, and blackberry and it is aged for about 18 months. The Sangiovese in the drink offers fruitiness, while the Syrah and Malbec add a savory note to the red wine. This amazing red wine perfectly pairs with truffle, roast potatoes, carrots, and beef.
Leduc Piemonte Ice Cider
This wine is amber colored and it is actually made by using Empire and Spartan apples, which are left for over ripening at a sub zero temperature. This drink has orange, zesty tangerine, and lemon notes, and it perfectly pairs with hard cheeses and dessert.