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Wines for your Thanksgiving table

Written by: Elizabeth McCabe

Wines for your Thanksgiving table

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and around here, we are always just as excited to plan what we'll be drinking as what we'll be cooking. We've rounded up our top wine picks to take you through your Thanksgiving feast, from the cheese plate to the pumpkin pie. 

Bubbly, crisp whites, rosés, and light reds are your best choices for pairing with traditional Thanksgiving foods, but we are big fans of drinking what you like! So if you have your heart set on a rich red wine, drink what you enjoy and don't worry about the pairing. 

That said, we are also proponents of trying new things and expanding your horizons and Thanksgiving is the perfect time to bring a new wine to the table, where everyone can have a taste and share their thoughts. 

Here are eight wines to bring to your Thanksgiving table:

Celebratory Sparkling

Mariotti Sèt e Mèz Fortana dell Emilia Rosato (Italy)
fruit-forward, bright, with a fizzy, off-dry finish 18.99

Le Vigne de Alice Doro Prosecco (Italy)
nectarine, papaya, and clementine with refreshingly dry, fine and continuous bubbles 20.99


Crisp & Dry Whites


Barry Family Cellars Jewels & Binoculars Riesling (Fingerlakes, NY)
light, off-dry, unique depth, natural & organic 16.99

Pedralonga Albarino Serea (Spain)
white flowers, citrus zest, grapefruit, textured long finish - 16.99


Natural Rosés


Azimut Cava Rosé (Spain)
Bone-dry, refreshing, organically produced bubbly full of fresh berry and citrus 15.99

Domaine Rimbert Petit Cochon Bronze Rosé (France)
vibrant pink, crushed red cherries, organic, one of our absolute favorite roses 14.99


Light & Juicy Reds

Tensley Syrah Light (California)
natural & organic, light in body and full of life, fresh berries and spice 14.99

Laurence et Remi Dufaitre Villages Beaujolais Nouveau (France)
juicy & fun, perfect for celebrating Thanksgiving, serve chilled 16.99


Shop all of our picks for Thanksgiving here >> 


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