Thanksgiving food and wine pairing suggestion from Blue Mountain

When asked what her favorite wine pairing to recommend for Thanksgiving turkey is, Vickie Greff of Blue Mountain Vineyards said:

“Our Gamay Beaujolais will pair beautifully with Thanksgiving dinner, especially with turkey and cranberry sauce. We also recommend our 2012 Pinot Noir which is a lighter bodied wine with hints of raspberry and cherry fruit and a whisper of smoke and spice that is delicious with turkey, pork, and bacon. For sweet wine drinkers we recommend our Bri’s Blush, which is light and fruity with a lot of juicy berry notes that will complement almost anything at your Thanksgiving dinner. We also can’t forget our Mountain Spice, a lightly sweet pure apple wine with hints of cinnamon and spice. It can served heated or chilled. It’s like apple pie in a bottle!”