Our Thanksgiving day wine.

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Spent Thanksgiving with #3 son. He is a pinot lover. Here's the wine he picked up in Oregon a couple of years ago.

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Good choice of wine, and a great vintage.

We just got some Spanish Jamon Iberico (ham from Spanish black pigs that feed almost exclusively on acorns) from a deli in Salt Lake City. We weren't able to get our traditional and preferred wine (a white Rioja from R. Lopez de Heredia Rioja, Vina Tondonia, Reserva 2007) or a decent dry Sherry, so we indulged in a Dundee Hills Pinot from Joseph Drouhin, a French-Oregon collaboration). Paired with a freshly baked sourdough Boule and heirloom tomato/leek soup, we ate like royalty tonight. A year ago were on day 2 of a 10-day trip in the Oregon wine country. Two years ago, my son and I were ready for depart for 2 weeks in Belgium.
I guess we were celebrating surviving Covid, enjoying Nikon Café, Bob's new glass and his living room window, Mike's trip to Vermont, and Indigenous peoples day. Any excuse for a feast.

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A toast to all my Nikon friends—now back to Bob's Thanksgiving.
 
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Good choice of wine, and a great vintage.

We just got some Spanish Jamon Iberico (ham from Spanish black pigs that feed almost exclusively on acorns) from a deli in Salt Lake City. We weren't able to get our traditional and preferred wine (a white Rioja from R. Lopez de Heredia Rioja, Vina Tondonia, Reserva 2007) or a decent dry Sherry, so we indulged in a Dundee Hills Pinot from Joseph Drouhin, a French-Oregon collaboration). Paired with a freshly baked sourdough Boule and heirloom tomato/leek soup, we ate like royalty tonight. A year ago were on day 2 of a 10-day trip in the Oregon wine country. Two years ago, my son and I were ready for depart for 2 weeks in Belgium.
I guess we were celebrating surviving Covid, enjoying Nikon Café, Bob's new glass and his living room window, Mike's trip to Vermont, and Indigenous peoples day. Any excuse for a feast.

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A toast to all my Nikon friends—now back to Bob's Thanksgiving.
Now that's a nice way to celebrate. Great wine, good food and lots to be thankful for.
 

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