The wide variety of flavors and side dishes in a traditional Thanksgiving dinner can make choosing the right wine to serve a little confusing. Here we've put together a list of seven food-friendly choices that should work with all the flavor elements of a classic holiday dinner and fit just about any taste and budget.
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All about Beaujolais Nouveau; how it's made and why it's such a popular choice to serve with Thanksgiving dinner.
For a change of pace, try this refreshing tropical margarita made with dragon fruit, a beautiful cactus fruit with a mild melon-like flavor.
A refreshing summer cocktail made with muddled watermelon, fresh basil, lime and rum.
Liqueurs and fresh fruit topped with sparkling wine create refreshing, flavorful cocktails that complement lighter fare.
Easy, rich and delicious - a milkshake made with vanilla ice cream, Bailey's Irish Cream Liqueur and butterscotch schnapps.
A simple, classic cocktail made with gin, freshly squeezed lemon juice and sugar.
A generic list of guidelines to follow when pairing various types of beer with food.
A citrusy combination of blood orange liqueur, juice, prosecco and a touch of Aperol.