If you’re planning to host a fancy Thanksgiving, why not pull all the stops? Instead of serving one wine with the meal, liven things up by serving several in graded succession. For example, start with an apéritif either on its own, or with some light appetizers. Muscat is an excellent choice, and helps prepare the palate for courses yet to come. If your main course consists of turkey, consider serving a light white to accompany the subtle flavors of this bird. Dry whites are especially nice, but for guests with sweeter tastes consider pairing the bird with a sweet Riesling. To keep family and friends happy, offer them these wine options, or (better yet) let them sample each. As a third choice, a nice bottle of Pinot Noir will always be a winner. For dessert, pair your pie with a tasty glass of port. For pies on the more tart side, consider a tawny port. For sweeter pies, ruby port is a nice match. This Thanksgiving, serving a variety of wines throughout your meal will help to make your Thanksgiving feast a classy wine adventure to remember! In fact, this holiday may even be the perfect occasion to use your new Riedel Riesling Grand Cru wine glasses, or to pass around a set of lovely Vintage Port glasses... Just food for thought! Happy Thanksgiving!