Our own national food-focused holiday calls out for copious quantities of compelling beverages. After all, some folks could be around your house for a while. Remember, this holiday can last all weekend!

With numerous varying dishes; aromas and flavors, there is are a lot of pairing options. Our preference is to open the chosen bottles at outset and revel in the ensuing gustatory gymnastics. If there was ever a no rules have another glass holiday, Thanksgiving is it!

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Opening Acts
Gramona La Cuvee Gran Reserva Brut 2012 - This is serious Cava. Produced using perfectly ripened fruit and precise winemaking, trounces most Prosecco. A must try. $20
Le Mesnil Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut - Impeccable quality from a top co-op in Champagne. Every time we taste this one we can't believe the quality to price ratio. $36*
(light and dry to full and rich)
Raptor Ridge Pinot Gris 2015 - We always get great feedback on Oregon Pinot Gris as a Thanksgiving wine - crisp and refreshing fruit with a nice clean finish. $19

Guy Amiot Bourgogne 2014 -  White Burgundy is a perfect match with game birds. Lovely 'cut' and minerality, we are happy to see this Domaine available again. $29*
Shea Wine Cellars Chardonnay 2014 - One of Willamette Valley's best Chardonnays, nuanced layered flavors that are round yet elegant. $39
Meadowcroft Bonneau Vineyard Chardonnay 2014 - Our old friend and customer favorite returns to the market, classic Sonoma Chardonnay rich and with excellent balance due to judicious use of oak.  $26
Teutonic Jazz Odyssey Wasson Vineyard 2015 - The perfect match for the traditional menu, this is a blend of Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Chardonnay. Aromatic with a semi-sweet nose that gives way to medium dry palate. The richness makes for a great foil to turkey. $20
(not just for the beach anymore)
Miraval Côtes de Provence 2015 - Sure, we've been drinking this all this summer, but this may be our last shot at this Jolie-Pitt creation. It might even become a collectable. $25*

Domaine Maby Tavel 2015 - Our favorite Rosé as the temperatures begin to drop. Deeper and darker in color and flavor, perfect with food! $18

(light and bright to dark and rich)

Pierre Chermette Primeur 2016 - Hands down our favorite 'Nouveau'. This centuries old property produces some of the finest Beaujolais made today. $15*

Dubois Hautes-Cȏtes de Nuits 2014 - Silky smooth Red Burgundy, lovely aromatic notes of cherry and a hint of spice. Guaranteed to please the crowd. $20*

Domaine Agapé Pinot Noir 'B' 2015 - This new Alsatian find blew us away. Earthy, elegant, savory - a perfect food wine! $30

Anthill Farms Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2014 - From cooler climate vineyards that ripen late resulting in a pinot of finesse and length. Stylish and elegant.  $40

Calluna CVC 2013 - Bordeaux blend that is half merlot with the balance the classical varietals. A strong nod to the European style, excellent mid-palate structure. A steal at $34.

Bedrock Old Vine Zinfandel 2014 - Produced from vineyards across California averaging eighty+ years. Bold and a tad spicy, perfect with the bird. $30

Sweet Finishers

Carr's Ciderhouse Pommeau - Local cider fortified with apple brandy and oak aged. Just the right amount of sweetness, but not cloying, wakes up your palate. $18.00 / 375ml

Carmes de Rieussec Sauternes 2010 - A lovely 'drinkable' Sauternes to end the meal. Classic richness, perfect with desert, at this price you can be generous! $30.00

For you lingering guests

Eagle Rare 10 Year Bourbon - A classic ten year Bourbon, just right amount of sweetness and a very long finish. $29.99

Lagavulin 8 Year Whisky - One of our favorite Islay Scotch producers has released this limited edition 8 year to commemorate the distillery's two hundredth anniversary. $64.99

Suntory Whisky Toki - Japanese Whiskey continues it's explosive growth. A most welcome introduction to the catagory, slightly sweeter, quite floral aromatics and medium bodied. $39.99

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