Wine Tasting While Pairing Timber Hill White Wine with Fall Food

Sweater weather approaches, and with it comes the delicious bounty of harvest season. What better time than now to do a wine tasting! While red wines may seem hearty, warming fare to pair with autumn feasts, giving white a seat at the table is a good idea. Introducing four delectable new fall flavors, along with suggestions for the best pairings to host your own personal autumn wine tasting.

  • Caramel Apple – Ever long for simpler days of childhood? A sweet white wine flavored with crisp apple and warm caramel; Timber Hill Caramel Apple gives you a taste of nostalgia in a grown-up package. Perfect pairings: cheeses, roasted veggies and rich desserts. 
  • Pumpkin Spice – Who says pumpkin spice is only for lattes and pies? A sweet white wrapped in classic fall flavors; Pumpkin Spice is perfect for those autumn evenings. Perfect pairings: breads, sweets and jack-o-lantern carving.
  • Cherry Pie – Speaking of pies, have you ever encountered one so delicious you wish you could just drink it? Timber Hill Cherry Pie can make that wish come true. Bursting with big cherry flavors and ready for just about anything, this white pairs beautifully with dessert but can also take its place. Perfect pairings: bread and carbs, desserts, Halloween candy. 
  • Blood Orange – A sweet white kissed with a hint of tart citrus; Timber Hill Blood Orange is a great stand-in for brunch mimosas in autumn. Perfect Pairings: cheeses, desserts, leftover candy corn, breads.

If you’re a fan of crisp breezes, cardigans and spooky season, this is your time to shine! The Timber Hill Fall Collection celebrates the best parts of autumn and can bring a festive note to even a solo celebration. So, whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or enjoying a seasonal wine tasting for one, these four beauties are ready to be your best friends all autumn long. 

These specialty wines are available for Wine Club Members Only. If you would like to learn more about our Herd Wine Club click here.