Preparing the menu for a big Thanksgiving dinner can be an enormous task. There always seems to be something forgotten, rushed, or overlooked. It’s a headache for sure. But one thing that cannot be looked over, is the wine list. So, if you’re hosting a dinner or in charge of the wine list, here is a couple of options that everyone will be thankful for:
Go classic with Vivanco Trempanillo Blanco. This dry and crisp Spanish white wine with aromas of citrus fruit and green apple will enhance the flavors of the delicious bites before the main course.
For the main course, surprise guests with Rosé! Vivanco Trempanillo Garnacha’s pleasant acidity and bright fruity finish will carefully highlight and pair perfectly with the juicy turkey and side dishes.
For dessert, treat everyone to Patricius Tokaj’s Aszú. This Hungarian dessert wine presents a bright acidity to balance the sweetness of pies, cakes, and other sweets that will end your holiday feast with a hit.
What are your favorite wines to serve at Thanksgiving? Let us know in the comment section below.
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