Thanksgiving Wines

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Robert Rogness, General Manager of Wine Expo --2933 Santa Monica Blvd. Santa Monica CA 90404 (310) 828-4428 -- tells us which wines we can drink with our Thanksgiving dinner and which wines we should avoid.

Here’s his list of keepers:

Manoir du Parc Authentic Poire Cider to start as it is low alcohol and good with snacks you eat while waiting for everyone to show up and the turkey to be done.
Caprari Lambrusco Dell'Emilia Frizzante which is a fizzy red good with EVERYTHING.
Podere dal Nespoli Sangiovese di Romagna which is sort of an amped up Chianti: spicy, zesty and refreshing.
Laimburg Sauvignon, Alto Adige and Dittajuti Sauvignon Calcare from Le Marche.
Monticino Rosso Albana di Romagna Passito, Emilia Romagna or Il Falchetto Moscato d'Asti, Piemonte which are dessert wines and Roberto suggests putting a little in the whipped cream for the pumpkin pie.

Cecilia Beretta Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso
, Veneto
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