November 2015 Ceatus Chronicles

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During this time of year, we pause to think about all the things we are grateful for in our lives.

For Ceatus, this year has been very busy, filled with many opportunities to help our clients achieve Internet success in the constantly changing Internet marketing world. We are so fortunate to work with the brightest and the best and we thank you for your business and your support.

Just for fun, we put together some fantastic course by course wine pairings that we thought you might enjoy as you celebrate your Thanksgiving feast!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Ceatus!



Stimulate your palate and your conversations

NV Lucien Albrecht Crémant d’Alsace Brut Rosé

Fresh and alluring sparkling wine with dried strawberry flavors and a perky aftertaste. ($19.99)


Gruet Brut NV

Bright approach with crisp acidity and a delightfully long finish, with mineral notes and wonderful aromas of green apple and citrus. ($15)


First Course

Open the meal and let the feast begin

2012 Le Petit Coquerel Sauvignon Blanc

Pure expression of Sauvignon Blanc with a nose of gooseberry and grapefruit. Crisp with a creamy, round mid-palate followed by a long finish of exotic fruit, lychee, and papaya. ($22)


2011 Château Fuissé Pouilly-Fuissé “Les Combettes”

Wine Enthusiast 94-point wine with butterscotch and hazelnut aromas and flavors that lend to its candied character. Refreshing with notes of lemon and apple. ($51.99)



The pièce de résistance arrives….pair well and take it all in

2012 David Hill Estate Reserve Pinot Noir

Oak seasoning and balanced fruit give this pinot its structure and depth. Elegant and pure with threads of spice (cardamom) and notes of black cherry/raspberry. ($35)


2012 Produttori del Barbaresco Nebbiolo Langhe

A Wine Enthusiast 90-point wine with bright and spicy notes of white pepper and anise. Explosive aromas of dark plum, blueberry, blackberry, smoke, meat and pungent spices, plus a whiff of overripe strawberry. ($22)



Finish it off on this sweet note

Mia Dolcea Moscato D’Asti

A creamy and soft Moscato d’Asti, this frothy wine is clean and fresh with layers of white peach and apricot flavors, as well as floral and tropical pineapple notes. ($13.99)


Broadbent 10-Year Old Malmsey

A Wine Enthusiast 90-point wine, rich and sweet with the proper citrus acidity and the dryness that with wood aging. At the end, a liquid honey flavor. ($36.79)