Wine Pairing for Thanksgiving Sides
It’s that time again! Thanksgiving is here and we’re gearing up for a fantastic feast. But what about the wine? That’s where we come in! Check out our recommended wine pairing for Thanksgiving sides.
Whether you’re having charcuterie, a salad course, or a spread of dips, some bubbles will add a good bit of excitement to your dinner. Plus, toasting some champagne is a great way to get the Thanksgiving party started. Our recommendation? Neyah Sparkling wine.
Especially if you’re making a sausage stuffing, a Merlot like Skyfall will pair perfectly.
Sweet potatoes, especially with a maple glaze or marshmallow topping pairs well with a rich chardonnay.
Now for the sweet stuff! Pumpkin pie pairs perfectly with some port (say that five times fast!). Tough to say, but easy to see why it’s a great pairing.
Because of corn’s sweetness, it pairs well with a chardonnay or a rich viognier.
Whether it’s cranberry sauce from a can or a homemade cranberry chutney, these flavors pair perfectly with a Zinfandel such as Goldschmidt Vineyards’ Fidelity Zinfandel.
A sweet Riesling like Trimbach goes perfectly with a warm slice of apple pie.