Yes, everyone who does anything with wine publishes a list of recommendations for Thanksgiving wine. And that is precisely why I have avoided adding to the fray. However, when Josh over at The Food Section politely asked for some recommendations so that he might put an article together, I couldn't turn him down. So I won't be publishing a Vinography Best Bets for Thanksgiving, but if you're interested in what I think (along with some other wine bloggers) head on over to The Food Section's recent article.
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