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Question: What type of wine!.!.!.!.!?
My boyfriend and I are bringing wine over my parents for thanksgiving and my family is great wine drinkers and i was wondering what are you top 5 wines you think is the best to bring!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Chateau Ste!. Michelle, Washington State winery, produces a nice reasonably priced selectionWww@FoodAQ@Com

Historically, the week before Thanksgiving is a great time to buy wine as many wine merchants will run specials on preferred wines!.

The art of pairing wines with food is largely a matter of personal preference, but some tried and true Thanksgiving wines are Pinot Noir and Syrah/Shiraz and Zinfandel for red wine lovers and Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Riesling, Gewurztraminer for those who prefer white wines!.

J!.C!. Cellars Syrah, Rockpile Vineyard (california Wine)

Outpost Estate Wines Zinfandel, Napa Valley, Howell Mountain

Beaulieu Vineyard's Pinot Noir

Benziger Family Winery Sauvignon Blanc

V!. Sattui's Dry Johannisberg RieslingWww@FoodAQ@Com

quite a clear choice - for me -:)
for turkey/ham dinners, what's needed is a wine with more guts and maybe a little sweetness, like Riesling, Chenin Blanc or a light red such as Beaujolais or a California Gamay!.
Another good choice with this menu is a dry to semi-dry fruity rose, especially if the meat of choice is ham!.

Rose, much maligned (the ubiquitous Mateus from the 60s and 70s) is currently experiencing a renaissance and the selection is growing!. Ensure it's a dry/semi dry!.

And whatever you do, bring at least two bottles of the same!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

ZD chardonnay $26 to $29 - Chateau st Michelle (INDIAN WELLS) chardonnay $14 to $16 - Zaca Mesa Syrah (From Costco) $15 - Beringer Knights Cabernet $18 - Byron Pino Noir $16 to $19 - Sanford Pino Noir $18 to $22!. These are some great wines that will go with your thanks giving dinner and don't cost a lot!. You can purchase all these wines at Vons accept the Syrah!. The Syrah is worth the trip to Costco!. Vons has some really great wines for great prices my Vons does!. I hope this helps you!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Gunderloch Riesling is a good one (about $15)!. I usually bring a Riesling wine to Thanksgiving!. It is slightly sweet and doesn't compete with the turkey or can be served by itself before dinner!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Google wine,Ken wine guide,great place to learn about wine,but a suggestion if you can find it,Four Vine,very good,and only about 45 dollars Www@FoodAQ@Com

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