Saturday, November 15, 2008

Thanksgiving wine

What to accompany a traditional Thanksgiving feast? A nice QmP Riesling works, as does an Alsatian Riesling, but I'm out of both, likewise a nice cru Beaujolais. Pinot Gris sounds reasonable. I think a Viognier would be good or a medium-weight Pinot Noir, but right now I'm remembering a 375ml bottle of Champagne downstairs that ought to be very nice; a non-vintage Brut Premier from Louis Roederer.


David at said...

Hey Ed, sounds like you have some good picks there. We recently did a post on wine recommendations for every course of the Thanksgiving meal. Thought you might be interested.


Ed said...

Yes, that's an interesting article. I've never tried a Zin for Thanksgiving, but a fruity example sounds like something to try next year. was my introduction to buying wine online and I've never been disappointed.

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