thanksgiving

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by city chef 4 eve, Nov 27, 2002.

  1. city chef 4 eve

    city chef 4 eve

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    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.
     
  2. suzanne

    suzanne

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    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!