Thanksgiving Wine Picks

It’s that time of year again where pinot noir seems to take the cake but rest assured we have all types of wines and price points to fit your holiday entertaining budget.

$10 – Bieler Born To Run Cabernet Sauvignon. With a medium full body this cab has a lot going for it at the $10 price point. If you’re not into pinot or want something a little heavier this is a great budget buy.

  • Pairs well with 40 Cloves of Garlic Chicken

$15 – Justin Sauvignon Blanc: medium body, dry, a touch of acid, and bright notes of citrus and tropical fruits this will brighten and lighten up your thanksgiving plate

  • Pairs well with Brussels Sprout Pasta Salas

$25 – Bootleg Red Blend: If you really don’t care to pair your wine and meal but want something delicious through and through this blend is fantastic with a full body, big bold dark fruit and oak notes.

$30 – Paul Hobbs CrossBarn Pinot Noir: made with 100% pinot noir grapes, this wine boasts cherries and strawberries balanced with a good amount of tannins and rounded out with a nice acidic finish.

  • Pairs well with Smoked Turkey Breast

$35 – Flowers Chardonnay: layers of lemon, pear, apricot, and stone minerality it’s crisp yet lush on the palate.

  • Pairs well with Sausage Kale Cauliflower Soup

$50 – Bella Glos: a high end pinot that delivers a special memory! The bright scent of blackberries, raspberry jam and cedar you feel like you’re walking through an oregon forest. Delicious and juicy and perfect for Thanksgiving.