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November 16, 2011 12:00 AM

Wine pairings for the big meal

Although many believe that Thanksgiving dinner is a very difficult meal to pair wine with, it is actually quite simple once you are able think past the wide array of flavors that are generally contained in our traditional family dishes. The only real decision to make is whether to try and serve one wine that is versatile enough to handle every single item on the table or to serve a couple of different wines that complement the various dishes.

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