Holiday Top Ten Wines
Top-Notch Wines at Easy-to-Swallow Prices

Explore our top wine picks for the holidays, be inspired by our featured cheese pairings, and learn how to join (or host) a Twitter Tasting with WFM's national wine buyers.

Taste, tweet and follow along with Whole Foods Market wine buyers and other wine enthusiasts at @WFMWineGuys and #WFMWine. To follow all of the tweets, visit

Have a Party – or Join a Whole Foods Market Tasting Party on Twitter!

For the first time, Leslie Sbrocco’s Thirsty Girl community will co-host the Twitter Tastings online.

Follow the conversation:
November 8 (Perfect Pairings for Holiday Foods) and
December 6 (Go-to Gifting Wines) from 7–8pm (CT)

Simply pick up one or more of the three wines that will be featured during the Twitter Tasting. Better yet – get some friends together to join the fun and have everyone bring a bottle to share as well as some of our recommended cheeses for each wine. Before the Twitter Tasting starts, open the wines and set out glasses. Print out the Tasting Notes (PDF) for each guest.

When the Twitter Tasting starts, pour the first wine and see what our national and regional wine buyers have to say about the wines. Taste and tweet along!

What should you tweet? Whatever comes to mind as you taste the wines! Feel free to comment on the aroma (nose), taste profile, color, price and cheese and food pairings. Any thoughts are welcome – tasting and enjoying wine is all about your personal preferences.

November 8 Featured Wines

Perfect Pairings for Holiday Foods

  • Domaine de Bernier Chardonnay (France)

  • Marques de la Musa Garnacha (Spain)

  • Innovac!ón Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon (Argentina)

December 6 Featured Wines

Go-to Gifting Wines

  • Cinzano Asti (Italy)

  • H&G Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (California)

  • Ferrari Carano Fumé Blanc (California)

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