Holiday Pairing Kit | Essential 6 Pack


This 6 pack features the perfect wines to pair with your holiday meal.

Laurent Perrier Brut Champagne -$59 Pop the cork and put the good ship Thanksgiving 2022 to sea with this classic bottling. What ever course you're navigating  - crudite, canape, appetizer, salad, fish, fowl or pie - Laurent Perrier's peerless combination of freshness and elegance will steer you right. 

Joyce Chenin Blanc - $36 From rich, aromatic and fruity Vouvrays to lean and zippy Anjou Blancs, Chenin is fundamentally protean - which makes it maybe the perfect Thanksgiving white. This, dry Carmel Valley grown version features the sharp acid necessary to whet your appetite and cut through fatty dishes, and the gently spiced orchard fruit notes that will enhance the sweeter preparations as well. 

Forge Riesling - $26 The expression of Caywood Riesling is constantly evolving, yet the wine continues to retain a signature profile dominated by herbs and spices that will pair perfectly with your roasted turkey. Nose has notes of orange blossom, while the palate is structured by good acidity, with notes of green apple and lemon undergirded by a nutty, saline minerality.

Joyce Gamay Noir -$32 There's a compellingly rocky core to the nose of this bottling, which is redolent with black raspberry, flinty smoke, crushed hibiscus, rose petals and an earthy streak. The palate is crunchy with fresh cranberry skins and other red fruits, and jam-packed with mineral tones of turned earth and pulverized stones. It goes down tremendously easy but with elegance and intrigue. These chillable, easy-drinking reds pair beautifully with turkey, poultry, cranberry sauce, and a variety of other dishes on the table.

Cep Sonoma Coast Pinot- $38 The high toned nose is captivating with raspberry/strawberry notes mingled with deeper anise and tea notes. The mouth feel is round, though precise, with a medium length finish brought into focus by refreshing acidity. Pinot Noir is arguably the most classic Thanksgiving wine, and for a reason: Those tart, tangy red fruit notes are just as complementary to fall dishes as cranberry sauce!

The Prisoner- $48 Features enticing aromas of Bing cherry, dark chocolate, clove, and roasted fig. Persistent flavors of ripe raspberry, boysenberry, pomegranate, and vanilla linger harmoniously, for a smooth and luscious finish. Turkey itself is rather a blank slate, but what we load it up with and pile around it tends to be fruity (cranberry sauce, apple slaw), spicy (hot Italian sausage in the dressing), and herbal (sage butter under the skin).