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

Luli Pinot Noir, from Santa Lucia Highlands, California, goes great with dark turkey meat. Aroma is a forest floor filled with earthen minerals, leather, baking spice, and oak. Medium tannins and vibrant acidity give this wine amicable presence. The taste is filled with dark berries, pine needles, slate,

minerals, earth, vanilla, oak, and subtitles of spice and chalk in a relatively long aftertaste. $42 per bottle

Chateau Montelena Zinfandel, from Calistoga, California, goes great towards the end of the meal with its jammy finish. This Zinfandel is smooth and straight forward with nice blackberry flavors. $45 per bottle

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