It’s time to celebrate my new holiday: Feast of the 7 Delicious.

There aren’t enough wine days if you ask me. My holiday, not to be confused with the Italian celebration on Christmas Eve, toasts the seven most memorable wines that mesmerized my palate. All will make an excellent accompaniment to whatever you may be celebrating, or a lovely gift for that special someone.

2014 50/50 Pinot Noir

Former DEVO legend Gerald Casale’s 2014 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir is Booji Boy-licious! No need for your Energy Dome decanter, its silky smooth and elegant right out of the bottle.

“The best wine is made to go with food,” said Casale. So at his recommendation, I had the wine with a goat cheese, arugula and beet salad. Then a cracker topped with goat cheese and tart cherry preserves. The grilled chicken and roasted potatoes were also excellent. Still had wine in my glass to try it with the chocolate chip cheesecake...It was crazy good!

At $49.99 it will make a great gift for any wine lover or DEVO fan. (Check out www.thefiftybyfifty.com and order a bottle of his rose of pinot noir. It’s not currently available in the state of Ohio.)

Find it at: West Point Market and Regency Wines

2012 L’Arringatore

The 2012 L’Arringatore is an out-of-this world blend of sangiovese, merlot and ciliegiolo grapes from Umbria. After my first taste of this Super Umbrian, I could hear the angels singing in the background.

Goretti is the oldest family winery in Perugia, a small town between Rome and Florence. L’Arringatore is there flagship wine. I can’t get this $29.99 beauty out of my head. It complemented the vast array of appetizers prepared by Wise Guys chef Dino Reed: Porcine mushroom & goat cheese sacchetti, pesto shrimp, meatballs. The long velvety finish will make your celebration a night to remember.

Find it at: DeVitis Italian Market, West Point Market and Wise Guys Restaurant

2013 Doubleback Cabernet

Double back is a huge mouth-watering cab from the Walla Walla Valley of Washington State. It’s a dream come true for former NFL quarterback Drew Bledsoe and his wife Maura, who teamed up with rock star consulting winemaker Chris Figgins of Leonetti fame.

Take your time and enjoy this $105 big beauty. You’ll need to decant this wine for two hours for it to be at its fullest expression. It has great aging potential. A great gift for any wine collector.

The deep ruby color lends itself to flavors of dried bing cherry, blackberry, and tea leaves with notes of toasted almond on the finish. My mouth kept watering. I couldn’t wait for my next sip. You’ll want to drink this with a thick cut chop and a side of green beans topped with toasted almonds. Wow!

Find it at: West Point Market and 750ml Akron

2014 Baby Blue Red Wine Blend

You won’t have to think too hard on this one. The 2014 Baby Blue Red Wine Blend is a symphony of dark fruit and warm blueberry cobbler on the senses. It’s a masterful blend of cabernet, merlot, petit verdot, syrah, cabernet franc, and malbec.

A fantastic wine at $32.99 considering the grapes are all from an estate vineyard next to Silver Oak Winery. That’s the high-rent district.

You can drink this baby on its own for sure. I did try it with leftover pasta and meatballs from Vaccaro’s and a bowl of chili. However, a small piece of mommolette cheese will send your palate into another dimension. The long silky finish begs for another sip. Excellent!

Find it at: Fisher Foods in North Canton, Market District Cuyahoga Falls, Green, and Heinen’s in Brecksville and Hudson.

Sensi 18k Prosecco

It already looks gift-wrapped. At $22.99 it has style inside and out. The glitzy gold packaging on the Sensi 18k Gold Prosecco will surely stop you in your tracks. The wonderful tiny bubbles on the inside will make your heart toasty warm.

This Italian sparkler is perfect to start any special occasion. However, the bubbles kept me happy with my small bites of macron almonds, manchego cheese, and triple cream bri. I was even happier with my Maryland crab cakes, pot stickers, and spicy crab roll. The aromas of pear and toasted almond kept a smile on my face all night long.

Find it at: Market District Cuyahoga Falls and Green, Fisher Foods North Canton, Heinen’s in Brecksville and Hudson, and West Point Market.

2010 Viberti Serra dei Turchi

Barolo. It’s known as the Wine of Kings. Viberti’s 2010 Serra dei Turchi will make you feel like royalty.

I have been fortunate to have tasted this wine on several occasions this year. My first sip was a definite Holy S--- moment.

It’s a big wine that transforms from amazing to fabulous after 15 minutes in the glass. Lots of leather and cedar notes on the nose along with hints of strawberry and toasted walnut on the finish. It was wonderful with roasted pork loin with cranberry and walnut relish. Pretty amazing with my salad topped with pear, balsamic, and toasted hazelnuts. At $49.99, King me!

Find it at: West Point Market. (The 2008 vintage is available at Vaccaro’s Tratoria by the bottle and it is just as amazing.)

2014 Frank Family Cabernet

And the award goes to... YOU, if you pull the cork on the 2014 Frank Family Cabernet. Former Walt Disney chairman/producer Rich Frank’s cabernet is masterful.

It’s easy drinking and quite delicious. It’s everything I love about cabernet. Wonderful red berry on the nose. Exceptional balance. Great to sip on its own. A long finish with nuances of chocolate covered red raspberries. A great match with food. Add a hunk of piavi cheese, now we’re talking. I don’t mind the $49.99 price. It drinks like a red carpet wine deserving a much higher price. Don’t tell that to Rich Frank. It will be our savory secret. Cheers! (Yeah, he was a producer on that great bar comedy too.)

Find it at: Market District Cuyahoga Falls, Heinen’s in Hudson and Brecksville, West Point Market. Also, Flemings Steakhouse by the glass.

Wine aficionado and Beacon Journal photographer Phil Masturzo occasionally writes about wine and winemakers for Pulse. Reach him at philyourglass@gmail.com, or 330-996-3880.