It’s hard to believe Thanksgiving is already here. Where has the time gone?! The fiancé is working nights again this year so, we’re staying in the city. I’m looking forward to having the day to relax, make some yummy food, and continue the Christmas decorating.
I put together an email for work sharing some of our favorite wines for Thanksgiving. From the food prep in the morning to the last toast at the end of the night, these are sure to a big hit. Bring these as a guest or add them to your shopping list as the host.
If you’re heading to your local wine shop or grocery store, use these Thanksgiving wines as a guideline if you can’t find the same bottles.
Pop open the bubbly! Whether you’re helping with the prep or “supervising”, you can’t go wrong by starting the day with sparkling wine.
- Francois Dubois Champagne Brut Tradition NV ($42)
- Vaucher Pere & Fils Cremant de Bourgogne NV ($21)
- Cantina de Pra Prosecco Brut NV ($14)
- Schramsberg Blanc de Noirs Brut 2013 ($39)
Pass Around The Table
- Robert Sinskey Pinot Noir ($46)
- Bruno Clair Morey St Denis en la Rue de Vergy Blanc ($89)
- Jean Yves Bretaudeau Sauvignon Gris ($14)
- Anne Sophie Dubois Feurie l’Alchimiste ($26)
- Feist Vintage Port 2003 ($52)
- Royal Tokaji Late Harvest ($22) – I have a bottle of this in my wine fridge that I plan on finally opening up!
- Chateau Guiraud Sauternes ($39)
- Brenne Estate Cask Whisky ($59)
What are you planning to drink for Thanksgiving?
bottle images from Bottlerocket, feature image Dave Lastovskiy