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What you can find locally that will kill it on Turkey day!


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Chardonnay
Like I’ve already mentioned, you can’t really go wrong with a great Chardonnay on Thanksgiving. Creamy, fruity and accented with sweet toasty spice from its time in oak, your typical Chardonnay has a flavor profile that matches up perfectly with the typical Thanksgiving feast. And there's that thing with it being hyper popular as well. Can’t hurt right?
 
Here are some examples that are both nationally distributed and worth keeping an eye out for:

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  • Snooth User: Sarey
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    I'm new to drinking wine especially reds. Do your reviews of both Dolcettos pertain only to the specific vintages on these, Sandrone 2008 and Clerico 2009? When I click on Find this wine, they have the newer vintages.

    Nov 26, 2013 at 1:00 AM


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