Eating local is a well-practiced mantra for many Americans.
In these frenzied last days before Thanksgiving, farm-to-table inspo reaches dizzying heights as we stagger through farmers markets, hurtling into one another with totes heavy with heirloom turkeys, artisanal pies, and topiaries of Brussels sprouts.
But when it comes to wine, locavorism lacks a similar romantic appeal. Deliberately choosing to narrow one’s wine choices can stifle curiosity for faraway wine regions and the new experiences they bring.
For a holiday as quintessentially American as Thanksgiving, an all-American — or better still — an all-regional wine selection can be a joyful celebration