Vintner’s Hill Thanksgiving Wine Pairing Guide.

Make sure to grab a bottle before Thanksgiving. We have plenty to choose from, but the below wines pair exceptionally well with your Thanksgiving feast.

Gewurztraminer, from Alexander Valley, California, has a slightly dry finish. It showcases fruit and light

acidity in a traditional fall wine. Classic floral and tropical aromas of stone, fruits, pear, and melon with

a hint of spice. $27 per bottle

Fritz Windisch Riesling Kabinett, from Rheinhessen, Germany, goes perfect with sweet potato

casserole. This Riesling expresses a gorgeous floral aroma with peaches and good body. It is a Kabinett,

so expect more brightness and more acidity. $31 per bottle

Barone Fini Pinot Grigio, from Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, goes well with white turkey meat. This Pinot

Grigio is crisp and clean, and focused on the palate with subtle fruit flavors. It has a balanced acidity and

lingering finish. $21 per bottle

Hill & Dale Sauvignon Blanc, from South Africa, goes well with holiday stuffing. This Sauvignon Blanc has a strong pear aroma on the nose. Fruity and slightly sweet. $19 per bottle

Amity Vineyards White Pinot Noir, from Willamette Valley, Oregon, will be sure to stir up a conversation over Thanksgiving dinner. A white wine made from a red grape, barely hints at a tawny

straw shade. With fruit tastes principally of golden apple and white peach, it has a pleasing roundness in the mouth with a light touch of saltine cracker.

$38 per bottle