Thanksgiving. You've got roast turkey, tart cranberries, savory stuffing and sweet potatoes; probably a green bean casserole, biscuits, carrots coated in dill and butter, and enough gravy to douse it all. Oh, and don't forget the pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and those sweet potatoes-baked-with-marshmallows thing (what is that called, anyway?).
Now for the test: you're asked to bring a bottle of wine to dinner. No instructions given. Older folks—your girl's parents, maybe—will be judging you. What do you choose?
There's so much to choose from, it's anyone's guess what the “best” pick is. Honestly, as long as you like what you're drinking and how it matches with what you're piling onto your fork, you're good.
“Oh, just tell me what to get, already.”
If you insist. Here are 10 Wines—some general, some very specific—to Bring to Thanksgiving Dinner that Won't Make You Look Stupid.