Many people love to throw Thanksgiving dinner parties for their friends and family. Turkey is the classic fall meal, having been enjoyed for centuries with fresh harvest vegetables for Thanksgiving. People around the world are enjoying and celebrating a good harvest by eating fresh crops like squash, potatoes, corn, cranberry, along with turkey, venison, and fresh fish. But, they may avoid serving wine because they don’t know exactly what to serve. Which wine would go well with Turkey is a question which comes up often.
Turkey pairs well with both red or white wine depending on what you and your guests like. Turkey is adaptable and the way it cooked as well as other dishes really dictate what wine to pair it with.
If you’re normally a red wine drinker, then try a Pinot Noir to go with Turkey. It’s a lighter colored and flavored red wine. It’ll have a bit fuller flavor than white wine choices you might make but will match quite well with the meal. It has little tannin so it will not overpower the taste of meal. Continue>>