Wines can be as diverse as the dishes on the table, which means there's no hard-and-fast rule for picking the right bottle. To help guide you, we turned to Tom Firth, of the National Tasting Panel, to find out what you should pair with your Thanksgiving feast.
This flavorful blend of zinfandel, merlot, and cabernet carries notes of vanilla and spicy oak that makes it the perfect red wine for Thanksgiving dinner. The smooth finish goes well with poultry dishes like herb roasted chicken or, of course, turkey.
With refreshing green apple flavors and a crisp, clean finish, this California classic is easy to enjoy before, during, and after the meal.
This medium-bodied wine is filled with flavors of delicious dark fruits like blackcurrant and blackberry with touches of vanilla toasty oak flavors. This wine will pair well with any meat you serve at dinner this year.
Aromas of cherries, blueberry, and spice complement the subtle vanilla notes in this California wine.
Graham crackers, cocoa powder, vanilla, plums, and raspberries aromas make up the flavor profile of this rich red California wine a great addition to your table this holiday.
Ripe berry fruits like raspberry and black cherries mixed with the spicy notes of black pepper and eucalyptus make this Italian wine a delightfully drinkable choice.
This fruity golden California wine is round with pleasing notes of tangerine, citrus, pineapple, and green apple flavor that leaves a smooth and lasting finish.
A fruity California wine with aromatics of cinnamon, orange spice, pineapple, caramelized apples, cloves, and pear.
This pale pink sparkling wine has a sweet aroma of berries, currants and pineapples mixed with hints of yeast and spices that is both vibrant in color and taste.
Fresh, vibrant, and perfectly balanced, this German wine pairs well with almost anything on the Thanksgiving table.