Really, any wine that you enjoy would probably be a good choice. Here are some typical varieties that are often suggested for a turkey dinner...then lunch...lunch again....sick of turkey yet? You will be!
|Sparkling wine from Burgundy|
Made from Pinot Noir and Gamay
|Elk Cove Pinot Noir|
Sparkling Wine: Better yet, have a sparkling Rose!
Beaujolais: Made from the Gamay grape. Try a "Cru" wine (eg. Brouilly, Morgon) and serve slightly chilled. Ontario also has some fabulous Gamay.
|Beaujolais Wine $18.95|
|A lovely Syrah|
Henry of Pelham
Family Tree White
Riesling: Great with food. Try an Ontario Riesling! If you want a slightly off-dry style (but not too sweet, save that for dessert), then try a German "Kabinett" Riesling.
|Tawse Sketches of Niagara|
If you want some other whites, try an Albarino, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris or a Viognier. Why not try a Rose wine? There is so much that you can do to pair your wine with the holiday bird. Whichever wine you decide on, just make sure to enjoy it with great company. Happy Thanksgiving!