If you’re planning on a Thanksgiving with fewer friends or family members this year, why not spring for a splurge-worthy wine for the occasion! Upgrading your holiday feast with wine is a lot easier with fewer glasses to pour. Find a few of our favorite high-end bottles HERE.
Up first, is the Auros Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, a wine that packs a punch. It’s full-bodied with intense dark flavors like black currant, coffee, tobacco, and a hint of vanilla. It has a velvety finish like a true Napa Cab. This will pair great with any holiday roast! $48
Looking to celebrate the holiday season with something sparkling? The Champagne Collet Brut from the Champagne region of France won’t disappoint. You’ll smell fruity aromas of peach, grapefruit, and lemon with hints of almond. It has a nice minerality and acidity and slight buttery biscuit notes. $42
We’re big fans of Oregon pinots—they have a ton of finesse and that includes the Domaine Drouhin Roserock Oregon Pinot Noir. This one comes from the highly acclaimed Willamette Valley known for producing stellar pinots. It has a soft, velvety mouthfeel with a luscious balance of blackberries, black cherries, and delicate layers of minerality. $36
Chardonnay is a great traditional holiday pairing and we’re recommending The Calling Chardonnay from the Russian River Valley. This wine is well-balanced with crisp acidity. You’ll taste bright notes of pear, melon, and lemon. $35
We Rosé year-round here at Goodtaste and since it pairs with just about any food, it would make the perfect addition to your holiday table! California born but with a French accent, the JNSQ Rosé Cru is clean and aromatic with notes of strawberry and hints of cherry. The exquisite bottle will be a great centerpiece alongside a big turkey. $28