The Thanksgiving 6-Pack is back and better than ever! Take the hassle out of selecting the wine for your holiday feast, and let Cork & Cap provide the optimal assortment for your big day.
For only $99, we’re providing you with all you need to pair with your Thanksgiving feast—everything from pre-dinner deviled eggs to the turkey to nearly any imaginable side dish. These wines would typically go for over $135 purchased separately, but are a true Turkey Day steal in this 6 pack that comes in a Cork and Cap reusable wine tote with tasting notes!
One bottle os each is included in your six-pack:
1) Mas Fi Cava Brut NV —Spain
A classic method bubbly from NE Spain, this will please any palate as guests begin to arrive. Grab another deviled egg or three, and enjoy the flawless food friendliness of this thirst quenching sparkler.
2) Château des Antonins Blanc—Bordeaux, FR
Zippy and eye-opening, when your palate starts getting exhausted by the endless stream of rich flavors, reach for this perky pick-me-up. A brilliant match for ham or creamy mac n cheese, your taste buds will stay sharp with this light and lively white from SW France.
3) The Four Graces Reserve Pinot Blanc — Willamette Valley, OR
We think Pinot Blanc should be the star of Oregon’s white wine show. Harboring a reliable spectrum of lively flavors (think crisp yellow apple and apple blossom), it can play nice with the dizzying array of tastes found among a typical Thanksgiving spread. With the twinkle-toed versatility, but enough weight to not be pushed around, this is your new holiday feast secret weapon.
4) Planeta Rosé—Sicily, IT
Half Syrah and half Nero d’Avola, this gorgeous pink isn’t just for the summer. It can pair with most any incarnation of turkey, but is also a perfect foil for herb-inflected stuffing, piquant cranberries, or even notoriously hard-to-pair sides like green beans.
5) Gérard Bertrand Art de Vivre rouge— Languedoc AOC, FR
Big jammy flavors with no hard edges? Yes please. Whether it’s the indispensable umami of giblet gravy, or the earthy bass notes of yams, this GSM blend from the Deep South of France has the punch to equal big flavors, but the smooth finish to keep you refilling your glass.
6) Neyers Zinfandel—Napa Valley, CA
Maybe the most overlooked red when pairing a traditional Thanksgiving spread, really well-made Zin can solve so many problems. It’s ripe, crowd-pleasing flavors don’t even need food to be enjoyable, but the dark, brambly berry notes here can match anything from dark meat turkey to mushroom dressing. Here’s a concession for the red-wine drinking crowd, while still staying on-theme.
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