Top sommeliers reveal the 20 wines you need to drink this fall

Article by: Kate Krader, Food Editor
Bloomberg News  @kkrader 
Photographer: Melissa Sanger/Getty Images/iStockphoto
September 13, 2016

Rosé season is officially over—or is it? Top wine experts reveal their must-drink bottles for the changing season.

Like everything else in the summer, wine drinking is easy. And the answer to every question, at least the wine-related ones, might as well be rosé. But now that fall is here, it’s time to get to more serious drinking. It turns out that cooler weather does indeed translate into bigger wine sales. “People dig deeper and buy more serious [read: expensive] wines in the fall and early winter,” noted Robert Bohr, co-owner of Charlie Bird in New York.

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 2014 Chardonnay, Heron Lake Vineyard – Enfield Wine Co.

“My summer was filled with Chablis. But as it gets cooler, I like [ Enfield Wine Co. ] Chardonnay because it’s got great acidity and focus and a little more meat on its bones. Plus, everyone is looking for smaller, cooler producers.”

 – Ryan Arnold, Wine Director | Lettuce Entertain You – Chicago.





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