We've already got the Thanksgiving meal covered, now let's get to the wine. Here are the best wine pairings for each course.

By Melissa Knific

Pre-feast wine options

Empire Estate Dry Riesling, $20

Pair with shrimp cocktail.

Landmark Overlook Chardonnay, $25

Pair with stuffed mushrooms or brie cheese.

Côté Mas Crémant de Limoux Rosé, $16

Pair with smoked salmon on crostini.

Turkey & main course wine options

Leyda rosé, $16

Pair with kale salad with apples and a light vinaigrette or sautéed green beans.

E. Guigal Cotes de Rhone Rouge, $15

Pair with turkey.

Qupé 2014 Syrah, $19

Pair with roasted sweet potatoes and chestnut stuffing.

Dessert wine options

ONEHOPE Brut sparkling wine, $20 (Every case provides 25 meals to a child in need.)

Pair with pear crisp.

Fortnight Cabernet Sauvignon, $20

Pair with cherry pie.

Quinta do Craste Port, $22

Pair with chocolate mousse.

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