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You want something light, portable, and easy to enjoy—and that goes well with cold fried chicken or fruit and cheese. But don't over-think the food part. Any of these wines will work wonderfully. Bonus points if they have screw caps (in case you forget the corkscrew).
Wine has now surpassed beer as America's alcoholic beverage of choice. Which makes it the perfect fit for an all-American tailgate. Whether your style is burgers and chips or brie and baguettes, there's a worthy wine for your tailgate.
The best party choices? According to Andrea Immer in her book Great Wine Made Simple, they are fruit-forward styles, which don't need to be served with a meal to shine. Set them out with a few corkscrews, and you can enjoy the party while guests help themselves.
Australian winemaker Michael Scholz suggests starting with something light, then building up to more intense flavors as a meal progresses.
For Thanksgiving, focus less on the food (which will span the range), and more on the family. Here are a few suggestions.
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