Howie Rubin explains some of his favorite wine pairings for Thanksgiving with the help of Daniel Bruce, executive chef of the Boston Harbor Hotel. Many people are getting together, meeting families and nervous about picking a good wine. Take a deep breath, it’s easy!
- La Dauphine Chloe Pinot Noir – Fresh, Fruity, and Woodsy
- Chamisal Vineyards Stainless Chardonnay – Crisp, Juicy, and Full
- Chateau Recougne Bordeaux Superieur – Smooth, Silky, and Rich
- La Maialina Gertrude Rosso Toscana – Bright Fruit and Italian Leather
- Fortant Coast Select Chardonnay – French White Goes American!
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