There's no better pairing than for all the flavors on your Thanksgiving table than Gamay from Beaujolais.
[ed. note.: Champagne is *as good* but not better...]
Whether it's tart and citrusy cranberry sauce, rich and juicy drumsticks or savory stuffing, Beaujolais hits a home run every time. And with prices that are incredibly reasonable for even the top wines, Beaujolais is a great choice for those large groups that run the gamut from wine-geeky Uncle Steve to 'I'll Have another' Aunt Alice.
Come explore these 5 great examples for your holiday table:
2015 Du Grappin Beaujolais-Villages
2105 Terres Dorees L'Ancien Vielles Vignes
2013 Anthony Thevenet Morgon
2015 Pierre Cotton Brouilly
2015 Yann Bertrand Fleurie Cuvee du Chaos
$15, Starts at 1pm.