What wine should you serve with Thanksgiving turkey?

We all have turkey loving faves in the shop, but some easy tried and true pairings are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Turkey doesn't need big reds because of the white meat (lighter wines tend to work best with lighter meals). Here are some specific wine options to help gobble down dinner for all budgets.

What wine pair best with sides like stuffing and cranberry sauce?

Cranberry sauce tends to be tart so think of wine with good acidity like Sauvignon Blanc, or a Sparkling Rosé. A lighter Red like Beaujolais would pair perfectly with any stuffing.

How many bottles would I need for Thanksgiving dinner?

A general rule of thumb is one bottle of wine for every two guests. But we have done the hard work for you and made a handy party calculator to guide you on your way.

Get creative with Thanksgiving wine cocktails or spritzers.

Depending on your mood, you can jazz up your sparkling wine by adding a touch of juice for an instant flavour burst. If you're a mulled wine lover (a perfect choice for fall evenings), a nice twist would be to make it the day before, let it chill, and top with Sprite for a fun afternoon sipper. And to celebrate fresh season flavours, Rayna's Pinot Berry Crusher is a must try! Check out the recipe video below.

Rayna's Pinot Berry Crusher

2 oz. Light Pinot Noir
1 oz. Cranberry Juice
1 oz. Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice

Top up with Prosecco and ice. Garnish with frozen cranberries and a orange peel slice that you have twisted and put a flame to.