While the wine you have with Thanksgiving dinner may feel like the main event, there’s much more to the day than that. Let’s give ourselves a little bit of versatility with beverages that have multiple uses. Here we have a little beer, a little cider, and a little wine to help us through the prep, the cooking, and the consumption of your holiday meal. - Eric
(please note, this curated pack cannot be shipped.)
The perfect beer. Crisp and refreshing while being tasty as shit. We’ve given you two cans and of course you could drink them both, but maybe something needs to be beer-battered and fried on your dinner table. Your call.
Cyril Zangs ‘Ciderman’
This is our rather biased opinion, but this is the standard for cider the world over. Cyril makes a cider that is nuanced and textured while at the same time maintaining a lifted quality. Besides, you could pair it with a dessert made from those apples in your fruit basket you’ve been saying you’re going to eat for the last week.
Julie Benau Picpoul de Pinet
Adding something fresh and salty as a love letter to untraditional Thanksgivings everywhere. Sometimes you just have to make a reservation at Au Passage and eat oysters. Sometimes you gotta braise the turkey so it isn’t dry.
Les Déplaude de Tartaras Gamay ‘Le Renard et Le Bouc’
Is it really Thanksgiving if you didn’t drink Gamay? But honestly, we wanted to round this out with something comforting, familiar, and delicious. Déplaude never disappoints on that front, providing us with a wine that should always be on the table.