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Here are the Best Wines to Bring to Thanksgiving Dinner

Town and Country Logo By Lauren Hubbard of Town and Country | Slide 1 of 20: Even the most expert cooking (or expertly-chosen catering) can benefit from pairing with the prefect wine—the right blend of flavor notes, tannins, and acids can bring out the subtlest nuances in your food, taking a meal from excellent to extraordinary. So after you've spent weeks planning and prepping to make this most over-the-top of family holiday flawless, the last thing you want is to pair your golden-skinned roasted turkey with whatever dusty, re-gifted bottle of red Cousin Marge dug out of the back of her pantry. With so many salads, sides, and sauces on the table, planning a pairing can be tricky, but don't worry, you can still pull off a sommelier-quality dinner pairing (and save that bottle of Marge's for sangria.) All you need to do is to follow our guide to the right vintages, with these expert-approved bottles and crowd-pleasing sips; we've got everything you need to pour from the time the first guest steps through the door until there's nothing left to do but the dishes.

Even the most expert cooking (or expertly-chosen catering) can benefit from pairing with the prefect wine—the right blend of flavor notes, tannins, and acids can bring out the subtlest nuances in your food, taking a meal from excellent to extraordinary. So after you've spent weeks planning and prepping to make this most over-the-top of family holiday flawless, the last thing you want is to pair your golden-skinned roasted turkey with whatever dusty, re-gifted bottle of red Cousin Marge dug out of the back of her pantry.

With so many salads, sides, and sauces on the table, planning a pairing can be tricky, but don't worry, you can still pull off a sommelier-quality dinner pairing (and save that bottle of Marge's for sangria.) All you need to do is to follow our guide to the right vintages, with these expert-approved bottles and crowd-pleasing sips; we've got everything you need to pour from the time the first guest steps through the door until there's nothing left to do but the dishes.

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