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Thanksgiving is a great time to get together with family and friends, but it can be a difficult meal to pair wines with due to the wide variety of foods and flavors served. We think it’s always a good idea to start off with bubbles, so why not start off with a delectable and well-made Champagne? Many appetizers are an excellent match for white wine and for the main course we like to place a few bottles of reds and whites in the middle of the table and let people choose what they like and what works the best for their palate. This year we’ll be drinking whites from France and California and reds from Spain, Italy, and California. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and all the other traditional dishes pair well with whites and reds, so why not mix it up this year, but make sure to save room for pumpkin pie and apple pie paired with a delicious vintage Port from Portugal. Here is the best wine for Thanksgiving this year.
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