Nov 19, 2018
It's the annual Thanksgiving/Friendsgiving/Holiday meal that involves turkey and lots of butter episode! This year we cover the basics, as usual, but come up with one cool idea and offer an etiquette tip on something that users keep bringing up!
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Here are our picks!
Soup: Most of these wines can go from soup to entree
Holiday meal MVPs:
Reds: You need a medium-bodied red for the meal so the wine doesn’t overtake the food
An idea: A 100% Sparkling Meal
Final etiquette note:
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