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2016 Thanksgiving Special

November 18, 2016 - Norman Bentley

It is always difficult to select the perfect wine for Thanksgiving, because the table offers such an array of aromas and flavors, but here are a few guidelines which will make this dinner more memorable than ever.

If you like Chardonnay, choose one which is not bone dry, but rather one with a strong fruit presence. Sauvignon Blanc is also a good choice if you like dry white wine with your meal. The fruity, but dry finish of a good Pinot Grigio is perfect for that dry white meat turkey which did not turn out as juicy as you had hoped for. If you like red wine with your meal, choose a lighter style Pinot Noir. Other choices are Riesling and Viognier, both excellent with turkey.

Below is a list of wines which I have written about during the last year which would be good choices for your Thanksgiving Dinner.

2014 Au Contraire Pinot Gris - score 90

2014 Chateau Ste. Michelle Indian Wells Chardonnay - score 90

2013 Chalone Monterey County Pinot Noir - score 90

2014 Ferrari Carono Pinot Grigio - score 90

2014 Wild Horse Viognier - score 92

2014 St. Supery Sauvignon Blanc - score 92

I hope each and everyone of you has a happy and enjoyable Thanksgiving!

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