9 Best Idea's for a Bottles Of Wine To Serve At Thanksgiving and Gifting
Gifting something a little different is a welcome way to say thank you because some people may usually stick to tried-and-true favorites. 1.Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio 2.Pio Cesare Barbera d'Alba 3.Josh Cellars Reserve Bourbon Barrel-Aged Cabernet Sauvignon 4.Louis Jadot Beaujolais Villages 2019 5.Bourgogne Vielles Vignes Pinot Noir 6.Marcel Lapierre Morgon 2019 7.Chateau de Coulaine Chinon Bonnaventure 8. La Marca Prosecco 9. Marchesi di Barolo Arneis
Wine always seems like an easy gift to bring along to any party or occassion until you’re having a staring contest with the shelves, not sure which gleaming bottle to grab.Gifting something a little different is a welcome way to say thank you because some people may usually stick to tried-and-true favorites. By offering something new, you may be helping someone find a new favorite.
Some amazing Thanksgiving Wine ideas for any Occassion
1.Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio
Santa Margherita's Pinot Grigio is dry with intense aromas and appealing flavors of Golden Delicious apples and citrus making it light enough for you to have room for your Thanksgiving meal.
2.Pio Cesare Barbera d'Alba
It's often said that Barbera is Italy's most food-friendly red wine. This bottle shines with roasted poultry and can be served at room temperature or slightly chilled.
3.Josh Cellars Reserve Bourbon Barrel-Aged Cabernet Sauvignon
Bourbon barrel aging makes this Cabernet have notes of cedar and a touch of caramel with a subtle hint of bourbon, which blend harmoniously with flavors of baked fruits...meaning it's perfect for your dessert pies.
4.Louis Jadot Beaujolais Villages 2019
If you typically go for white or rosé but feel like it's only right to sip on red in the fall, this is the tipple for you. It's light-bodied and goes well with turkey, cranberry sauce, and roasted veggies.
5.Bourgogne Vielles Vignes Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is like the cousin that keeps the peace: It just puts everyone at ease. Sip on one of the best with this one; it has notes of plum and dark berry.
6.Marcel Lapierre Morgon 2019
For those forever channeling Ina Garten, listen up: This bottle is her favorite to serve at Thanksgiving because it's light and perfect with turkey.
7.Chateau de Coulaine Chinon Bonnaventure
This wine can stand up to all the turkey, stuffing, and buttery rolls you throw at it and still taste delicious with apple pie. Think of it as the cranberry sauce of wines: It's bold but somehow pairs well with everything.
8. La Marca Prosecco
This versatile prosecco is big on notes of green apple, peach and lemon, making it a good companion to white meat. It's also a good one to keep around as a light, after-dinner beverage.
9. Marchesi di Barolo Arneis
If you’re gifting wine for a birthday or wedding, it has to be a special one. Weddings in particular call for a luxury wine that you probably wouldn’t buy for yourself, such as fizz from one of the big champagne houses, or a rare, prestigious red. As a general rule, spend at least as much as it costs the newlyweds to host you on their big day.