French Dessert Wines for the Holidays

photo credit: @winestats
photo credit: @winestats

Even though we won’t be eating Thanksgiving dinner for days, and Christmas dinner for weeks I’ve already chosen the wines I’ll serve because of course I need to need taste-test them, admire the bottles and simply rest in the security that there will be lovely drink to toast the good fortune of the holiday season.

I was asked to put together a few suggestions for French dessert wines to serve with dessert (or pudding, for the UK diners). This article is included in the gorgeous new magazine from The Good Life France. I am telling you, it’s such a pretty publication and full of dreamy French lifestyle. C’est bon. Enjoy!

French Wines to Serve With Dessert

Our new magazine about France is FREE, fabulous, fun – and it’s for you. We’ll be publishing it 6 times a year, January, March, May, July, September and November and it will just keep on getting bigger and better with bells and whistles – literally almost. We’re integrating new technology in digital publishing that allows us to use video clips, music and photo galleries into our online magazine. We hope that you’ll agree this is a fantastic enhancement to your reading experience and we want you to feel like you’re here in France with us. We have a terrific team of writers, photographers and experts on France and we intend to make sure you are thoroughly entertained, informed and inspired.

To celebrate our first issue in November 2014 we’re giving away lots of goodies, besides it’s almost Christmas! Books, keyrings, knick knacks, French bird boxes that are simply gorgeous – we’re giving prizes away from 1st to 25th December and all you have to do is subscribe to the magazine which costs nothing and watch out for details on how to enter in our weekly newsletter (you can subscribe to the right, just type in your email address then click subscribe).

 

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