Joined Sep 6, 2002
Help I need a wine that will go with the traditional thanksgiving fare. You all know lots of people, family,and friends. Most of us are off those two days so i will need lots of vino. Money is a small factor in the selection, good value.Thanks for any help.
Joined May 26, 2001
We're going with an excellent Zinfandel from Seghesio (Sonoma County), unoaked Chardonnay from Schneider (North Fork, Long Island), and a Dr. Konstantin Frank Johanisberger Riesling from the Finger Lakes.

The zin is very fruity and dry; the chardonnay is much softer because it's unoaked, and the riesling has all the things I like and none that I hate in a riesling. And it's quite inexpensive!
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