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Wine. What wines do you recommend for Thanksgiving turkey dinner?
Roast turkey is a dish of complex flavors with none dominant. The side dishes usually served with it at an American Thanksgiving feast extend those characteristics. My personal taste is for a similar wine, medium bodied, with a fruity overlay and earthy undertones. Left coast pinot noir, Spanish rioja ... something like that. I'd suggest going red rather than white, at any rate, unless you can find a strong, complex chardonnay, not an easy thing to do.
Fruit wine other than the traditional grape would be my suggestion. I find personally that grape wine and turkey don't necessarily go together. Now, it could be that an expensive grape wine would do - however, I don't buy expensive wine.
Raspberry, mixed berry, and even apple wine are my favorites for turkey dinner!
Attikos suggestion for red (not usually the traditional wine with white meats) are very interesting and would like to try them.
For the more traditional pairing, I like a white, but a little drier white. I am partial to the drier rieslings, gewurztraminers or even a Muller-Thurgau. There are some great ones from Germany for both, but guests can be intimidated by foreign wines that they don't recognize. Rather than getting a chardonnay that everyone knows, recognizes, and often loves, take a risk this year, try a riesling or gewurztraminer. If you want one that many people may recognize (and it is a great wine), pick up a bottle or 2 of Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling (Columbia Valley).
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tell me with which i table wine i should start it?
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