If you’re looking for an easy-to-pair wine that will go with everything on your Thanksgiving table, look no further than a French Beaujolais! This bright, lively red will go with everything from the turkey and stuffing, to your green bean casserole. Find our top picks HERE.
Up first, a Beaujolais that is unlike any Tanji has had before — the Fleurie Domaine des Hospices de Belleville. Its bright cherry notes are balanced with nice acidity that makes this an easy food pairing pick and a crowd pleaser for red and white fans! $16
Morgon is an old, prestigious French estate and one of the ten Beaujolais crus by Monsieur Georges Duboeuf – the father of Beaujolais! A deep red made from Gamay grapes, it’s light and earthy. You’ll taste the dark plum with an herbaceous finish. $16
You’ll taste plump and juicy strawberries and cherries in this wine from Louis Jadot. It’s great for a warm fall day—the high acidity and low tannins make it the perfect red to drink with a slight chill. $11
This light and bright red is always popular this time of year with the team at Goodtaste. Deliciously fruity, clean-tasting and hearty, this Beaujolais is medium-bodied with a generous mouthfeel and silky tannins. $13
A fruit-forward Beaujolais with dry acidity, this wine has aromas of cherries and a touch of spice with notes of licorice and a quick finish. $19