Five Good Thanksgiving Wines

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What better way to give thanks than with a holiday toast.

But many cooks are unsure of what kind of wine to serve with their Thanksgiving turkeys.

Here are five moderately priced bottles of wine suitable for your Thnksgiving dinner, recommended by Wall Street Journal wine writers Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher on The Saturday Early Show.

ROEDERER ESTATE "ANDERSON VALLEY BRUT" (nonvintage), $17

DOMAINE CHANDON "BLANC DE NOIRS" (California, nonvintage), $14

RODNEY STRONG VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2001 (Sonoma County), $13

FRANCISCAN OAKVILLE ESTATE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2001 (Napa Valley), $22

ROBERT MONDAVI WINERY MOSCATO D'ORO 2003 (Napa Valley), $14 for half-bottle

Please email Gaiter and Brecher at wine@wsj.com with any questions or personal stories about wine.
  • Ellen Crean

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