what wine are you serving at thanksgiving

just looking for ideas

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Felicia M
Felicia M November 23, 2013

Sparkling ciders & dry Rieslings are nice

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Greenstuff
Greenstuff November 23, 2013

If you're having turkey, it's amazing the range of wines that go with it. From the spicy all-American Zinfandels to the sparkling wines to the ciders and Rieslings that Felicia Mualim is serving. And just remember that pinot noir is French for "goes with everything."

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ellenl
ellenl November 23, 2013

Dry hard cider.

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Big G-man
Big G-man November 23, 2013

im thinking cotes du rhone...burnt out on $30 Pinot that disappoint
maybe zins and sancerre
probably some zins as well ... mayb

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bigpan
bigpan November 23, 2013

Red !

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Soozll
Soozll November 23, 2013

I serve Pinot. I get mine from Navarro Vineyard. Here's the link:
http://www.navarrowine.com/main.php

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Greenstuff
Greenstuff November 23, 2013

Excellent choice, Soozll! Love that Mendocino Ridge area, and everything Navarro does is first class.

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lloreen
lloreen November 24, 2013

A gorgeous Charbono from Summers vineyard in Ca. Also, Cloudy Bay Savignnon Blanc. Normally my table wine is 10 or under, but this is a day for a big splurge.

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Big G-man
Big G-man November 24, 2013

Love all the great suggestions

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ukimmeru
ukimmeru November 24, 2013

We are serving champagne, a reserved chambourcin with the main course, port for dessert, and underberg digestive.

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