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So what white wine are you having with your Christmas lunch?

(17 Posts)
Bodenbabe Wed 11-Nov-09 15:25:08

Does Chardonnay go nicely with turkey? I adore good Chardonnay but not sure what my guests will think. I think Sauvignon Blanc often gets suggested to pair with turkey? That would be much too dry for my mum! I want a really nice wine (though not too pricey) but mustn't be very dry. Thoughts?

Lilymaid Wed 11-Nov-09 15:31:03

I like Gewurztraminer with turkey (either French or Southern Hemisphere).

Hullygully Wed 11-Nov-09 15:32:41

A Zinfandel blush is adorable with bird.

Bodenbabe Wed 11-Nov-09 15:39:04

Hully, Zinfandel blush is too sweet for me (but my mum would probably adore it!) Lily, I'v never had Gewurzthingy but will audition some.

People always say white Burgundies go well - any good examples of those?

MaryAnnSingleton Wed 11-Nov-09 15:41:36

I like a nice Prosecco !

Hullygully Wed 11-Nov-09 15:43:03

I love Prosecco, but I find I get terrible eructations if I combine it with bird.

sarah293 Wed 11-Nov-09 15:43:53

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MaryAnnSingleton Wed 11-Nov-09 15:44:22

grin ! I'd start with prosecco and then probably have something solid and red as I much prefer red wine...

MrsBadger Wed 11-Nov-09 15:44:34

we always have champagne

solves a multitude of problems

MaryAnnSingleton Wed 11-Nov-09 15:45:05

Gewrtztrminer is v v good with oriental food

notwavingjustironing Wed 11-Nov-09 15:45:54

All I could think of was

Lots

sarah293 Wed 11-Nov-09 15:47:58

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Hullygully Wed 11-Nov-09 15:48:38

When the Zinfandel runs dry, we always have a lovely homemade Elderberry that Grandpa brings, it's really good with chops! (We have to have those as well as bird for the aunts).

Bodenbabe Wed 11-Nov-09 16:02:24

LOL, notwaving
MaryAnn, oooooh I Luuuuurve Prosecco! Was planning to have it during the day but want a still wine with lunch, I think.

Lizzylou Wed 11-Nov-09 16:07:53

Chablis, Viognier or Sauvignon Blanc

Will guzzle the Champagne whilst I cookhide in the kitchen from my Mother and PILs.

itsbeingsocheerful Wed 11-Nov-09 16:10:40

Probably a sancerre or chablis, with wraparound prosecco

MaryAnnSingleton Wed 11-Nov-09 16:18:30

mmm,chablis...

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