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12 Perfect Wines for Thanksgiving Dinner

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Red or white, here are our seasonal picks to go with your roast turkey — or turkey alternative

We've tasted scores of wines over the past few weeks, bearing in mind the flavor components in some of our favorite holiday recipes, and have come up with a dozen bottles that will work superbly with Thanksgiving dinner, with our ideal choices determined by the nature of the main dish.

Some of these wines will be readily available; others are from small producers and may be hard to find — but a good wine shop should be able to offer alternatives in the same style if you give them these names. Prices are approximate, and may vary from place to place.

Read on for our choice of 12 Perfect Wines for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Frank Family Napa Valley Reserve Petite Sirah 2012 ($35) with Brined and Smoked Thanksgiving Turkey

We've tasted scores of wines over the past few weeks, bearing in mind the flavor components in some of our favorite holiday recipes, and have come up with a dozen bottles that will work superbly with Thanksgiving dinner, with our ideal choices determined by the nature of the main dish.

Some of these wines will be readily available; others are from small producers and may be hard to find — but a good wine shop should be able to offer alternatives in the same style if you give them these names. Prices are approximate, and may vary from place to place.

Read on for our choice of 12 Perfect Wines for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Frank Family Napa Valley Reserve Petite Sirah 2012 ($35) with Brined and Smoked Thanksgiving Turkey

Gehricke Sonoma Valley Zinfandel 2013 ($30) with Deep-Fried Turkey

August Sebastiani, no amateur when it comes to Sonoma zinfandel, is behind this rather rustic but appealing offering. It's very ripe and juicy, spicy and full-bodied, with a lingering finish. Its slight alcohol hotness will nicely offset the unbelievably crisp skin and moist meat deep-frying brings to the table.

Click here for the Deep-Fried Turkey recipe.

Leese-Fitch California Chardonnay 2014 ($12) with Golden Cider-Roasted Turkey

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Sure, you could drink cider with this turkey, but the bird has enough sweetness of its own. This is a minor-league chardonnay that wants to play with the big boys, and puts up a pretty good fight. The fruit (there's a touch of French colombard and a half a touch of viognier blended in) is very, well, fruity — peach, honeydew, a touch of citrus — and the oak is just on the right side of being overdone. I've had less interesting chardonnays at twice the price. Maybe that means you should buy twice as much.

Click here for the Golden Cider-Roasted Turkey recipe.

Truvée Central Coast Chardonnay 2014 ($22) with "Never Fail" Roast Turkey with Shallot Pan Gravy

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Anaba Sonoma Valley Turbine Red 2013 ($28) with Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy

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Priest Ranch Napa Valley Grenache Blanc 2014 ($22) with Roast Turkey with Spice Rub

E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône 2011 ($12.99) with Roast Turkey with Tangerine Sage Glaze

Stinson Vineyards 2014 Monticello Chardonnay ($24) with Mayonnaise Roasted Turkey

Mayonnaise on roast turkey (and not the kind in a sandwich)? Sounds weird. But you might well moisten the bird with oil, right? And you know an egg wash gives your baked goods a beautiful golden-brown shine. And isn't mayonnaise basically oil and egg? Trust us: This recipe rocks. Alongside it, we love this crisp, clean, well-focused, and above all tasty Virginia chardonnay, with its true varietal aroma, good acidity, and hint of apple-and-pear flavor (and just an echo of oak).

Click here for the Mayonnaise Roasted Turkey recipe.

Kim Crawford Spitfire Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2014 ($26) with Stuffing-Filled Turkey Breast

Cooking for two or four and don't want to be eating turkey sandwiches for the next two weeks? Cook this whole turkey breast with chestnut stuffing instead of a whole bird. A good match would be this obvious upgrade from New Zealand stalwart Crawford's familiar regular bottling of the grape, with its tropical fruit intensity edging out the herbaceous sharpness that characterizes most Marlborough sauvignon blancs.

Click here for the Stuffing-Filled Turkey Breast recipe.

Tom Gore Vineyards Alexander Valley Field Blend ($40) with Roast Capon

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Field blends, once common in the California wine industry, are wines made from an assortment of grapes that happen to be planted in proximity to each other; they're harvested and vinified together — "blended," as it were, in the vineyard.

Gore is a well-known grape-grower and his blend this vintage is a sort-of-Bordeauxish mix of petit verdot and malbec (mostly) with some merlot, cabernet sauvignon, and a bit of tempranillo. It's very well-knit considering its varied provenance, nicely in balance and aromatic and lively on the palate, with the malbec particularly showing through. We especially recommend it with roast capon, a delicious alternative to turkey, popular around the holiday season in France and other places where they know good food.

Click here for the Roast Capon recipe.

Franciscan Estate Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 ($28) with Roast Pork with Porcini Mushrooms

If you want to leave festive fowl behind completely, why not roast a beautiful pork loin with those earthy, autumnal-tasting wild mushrooms called porcini ("little pigs") or cêpes? A dish like this calls for elegance, as from this well-made cabernet — not a blockbuster, but very drinkable one, with plenty of backbone, medium tannin, and flavors of blackberry, black pepper, a hint of dust, and a light dose of Christmas spices.

Click here for the Roast Pork Loin with Porcini Mushrooms recipe.

Ponzi Vineyards Pinot Noir 2013 ($40) with Tofu Turkey Roll-Ups

Okay, we get it: You don't eat meat — turkey included. But you can wrap tofu around a good vegetarian stuffing and break out the rich mushroom gravy and have a perfectly good Thanksgiving feast with all the time-honored flavors. Something on the aromatic side, with some finesse, would go well. This is a classic Oregon pinot, with a chocolately nose and an intensity of flavor — peppery, a little earthy, with some juicy cherry fruit — rather than of body.

Click here for the Tofu Turkey Roll-Ups recipe.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

High On The Hog Needs To Be On Your Netflix Watch List Right Now

Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

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This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

High On The Hog Needs To Be On Your Netflix Watch List Right Now

Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

American And Southwest Airlines Ban Alcohol From Flights Due To Passengers’ Unruly Behaviours

This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

High On The Hog Needs To Be On Your Netflix Watch List Right Now

Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

American And Southwest Airlines Ban Alcohol From Flights Due To Passengers’ Unruly Behaviours

This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

High On The Hog Needs To Be On Your Netflix Watch List Right Now

Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

American And Southwest Airlines Ban Alcohol From Flights Due To Passengers’ Unruly Behaviours

This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

High On The Hog Needs To Be On Your Netflix Watch List Right Now

Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

American And Southwest Airlines Ban Alcohol From Flights Due To Passengers’ Unruly Behaviours

This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

High On The Hog Needs To Be On Your Netflix Watch List Right Now

Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

American And Southwest Airlines Ban Alcohol From Flights Due To Passengers’ Unruly Behaviours

This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

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This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

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This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

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This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.


Best Wines To Pour At Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of cooking and entertaining. And while a lot of the focus is on the perfect roast turkey and all the trimmings, an extended family get together calls for wine. Lots and lots of wine.

Great wine may be key to surviving Thanksgiving with the family.

While at some point during dinner with the family one might be reaching for everything and anything available, these are some great wines to pour during Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s some of the best options for a hearty and festive holiday dinner.

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine 2018

At some point in Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll hit anywhere-but-here mode. And while fantasizing about being anywhere else, you might fantasize you are with Jon Bon Jovi. Here’s the next best thing: Diving Into Hampton Water Rose Wine has a clean and fresh taste with with bright red fruit flavors like cherries, strawberries, and watermelon, a balanced acidity, and a long, dry and refreshing finish. It’s a perfect welcome wine at Thanksgiving dinner but you just may want to enjoy it the whole night.

Planeta Frappato

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Why Are Wines’ Alcohol Content Growing So High?

American And Southwest Airlines Ban Alcohol From Flights Due To Passengers’ Unruly Behaviours

This is a popular Sicilian wine, and it’s delicious when served chilled. Frappato is perfect for anyone who enjoys bold flavorful reds that are fruit-forward and light-bodied. Think of it as an alternative to Pinot Noir, and it’ll be perfect for sipping as people arrive or throughout dinner.

Toscolo Chianti DOCG

A bold Italian wine made from 100% Sangiovese grapes, the wine is a bright red color and rich and flavorful. While this one will work as a perfect all-around dinner wine, it’s also great to pair with the cheese or pasta course, or dessert.

Monte Antico Toscana IGT

Another fabulous Italian wine, this one is 85% Sangiovese, 5% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is a dark ruby color, with flavors of black cherries, licorice and plums. It’s a great choice for those who want a medium to full-bodied palate – and it has a bit of a spicy feel to it that will hold up against hearty meat and pasta dishes.

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

Primitivo di Manduria “Il Matané” DOC

This Italian wine is 100% Primitivo and tastes of ripe cherries and plums, with notes of chocolate and vanilla. This wine has a long, velvety finish which will work great with Thanksgiving dinner menus that include lamb and hard cheeses.

Terlano Monticol Riserva Pinot Noir 2015

Cantina Terlano Pinot Noir Monticol

We all love Pinot Noir, but you have you tasted it from Alto Adige, Italy? “This Northeastern region of Italy has its founding origins in the Austria-Hungarian empire and most of its inhabitants speak German. Almost every car zipping around is a BMW or a Mercedes, and that Austrian influenced attention-to-detail inherent in the region really helps the cultivation of such a fickle grape. Put a little chill on it and serve with a deep-fried or smoked turkey at Thanksgiving or even game hen, veal, or venison,” said Matthew Kaner, co-founder of Bar Covell and Augustine and one of Wine Enthusiast Magazine's 40 Under 40 Tastemakers 2019.

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

2013 Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Riserva

This wine is an intense ruby red in color varietal. A glass of Villa Antinori 2013 has notes of red fruit that’s spicy with a touch of balsamic. This will be great with the turkey and trimmings or to enjoy as the night goes on.

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Terrazas de los Andes Reserva Malbec 2017

Another rich and hearty red wine, this one has very intense colors, with aromas of fresh fruit, flowers, and spices. Enjoy this all night long (especially as the conversations get more intense. We’ve all been there!)

Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer with over a decade of experience covering travel and food.



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