Wine to Bring for Thanksgiving

So you’re going over to someone’s house for Thanksgiving, and you don’t want to be a bum. Bring wine! But…what kind of wine?

Winemonger has a list of appropriate wines for Thanksgiving dinner. Some recommendations include:

Pinot Noir: Gsellmann & Gsellmann Pinot Noir 2002 ($25.99)

Gruner Veltliner: Hogl Terrassen Spitzergraben 2003 ($14.99)

Pinot Blanc: Tschermonegg Pinot Blanc 2003 ($9.99)

Sauvignon Blanc: Jaunegg Classic 2004 ($14.99)

Remember: If you can’t cook, bring wine. —MEGHANN MARCO

Wines For Thanksgiving: 2006 [Winemonger]


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  1. dotyoureyes says:

    I’m a big fan of Beaujolais Nouveau at Thanksgiving — wonderfully fresh, not too heavy for turkey, and goes great alongside cranberry sauce.

    Similar to that: any Pinot Noir “whole cluster,” which is fermented in the same way as Beaujolais.

  2. Drinker Nisti says:

    Umm… Am I missing the joke? What is with all the funny German names?

    I get all patriotic at Thanksgiving and bring a spunky Californian pinot noir…

  3. Red wine for the fat guys! Thanksgiving and long life!

  4. infinitysnake says:

    Not to mention, beaujolais is tradition- I couldn’t imagine TG without it…surprised they couldn’t squeeze one in there?