On sale through 11/22/23 -- Our Perfect Thanksgiving Six-Packs contain 6 wonderful, family-made wines guaranteed to make your holiday meals shine! Don't think for a second that food needs to be involved though, this is just an all-round great deal!
The Thanksgiving meal is quite flexible when it comes to wine pairing. Whether you like white, red, or rose, we've got you covered with this collection of wines from small, family owned and operated wineries. Every single wine in the pack will make your turkey, ham, and sides taste better, and they'll also make you look like a wine buying all-star in front of your friends and family.
2. 2022 Jean-Paul Brun Beaujolais Blanc (Burgundy, France): Jean-Paul Brun produces one of the best Chardonnays in Beaujolais and one of the great White Burgundy values out there. He works with old vines grown in limestone in the warmer, southern part of the AOC, and the resulting wine is astoundingly good. Rich and weighty yet zesty and fresh, this offers up enticing notes of white peach, golden apple, honeysuckle, and chalky mineral. Concentrated yet vibrant Chardonnays like this one do wonderful things with the abundant roasted root veggies on the holiday dinner table.
3. 2022 Domaine Houchart Cotes de Provence Rose (Provence, France): Year in and year out, Houchart produces a wonderfully dry and vivacious rose, and dry rose is one of our top picks for the big turkey feast. Zesty red fruits, ripe citrus, Provencal herbs, and a whiff of salty mineral all come together to create a bone dry, food-friendly, refreshing pink wine!
4. 2021 Scenic Valley Farms Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley, Oregon): Good Pinot Noir is a must-have with the Thanksgiving meal, and this one is incredibly delicious. From a "full-on" functioning family farm that also raises livestock and crops, it's perfect for poultry and root vegetables. Medium-bodied, super silky, and offering up a nice mix of ripe red and dark berries and subtle complexity, you're gonna' love it.
5. 2021 J.L. Chave Selection 'Mon Coeur' Cotes du Rhone (Rhone Valley, France): From the famed house of Chave, one of the finest in all of France, comes this blend of equal parts Grenache and Syrah. Deep, rich, supple, and smooth, this shows loads of ripe, brambly berries, white pepper, violet, and garrigue. It's ideal for those who want a bigger and bolder red to enjoy with the meal.
6. 2020 Ancient Peaks Zinfandel (Paso Robles, California): Domestic Zinfandel is one of the all-time great reds for this American holiday. The fine folks at Ancient Peaks have produced one of California's great value-priced Zins. With good body and flavor intensity buttressed by Zin's naturally bright acids, this is ideal for washing down turkey, stuffing, and all of the fixins'!
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