Here’s How to Pair Wines with Your Thanksgiving Dinner
Main Line wine expert Serena Zelezny will be offering tips during her Nov. 21 class.
Photo Courtesy of Serena Zelezny
Trying to figure out the best wine to serve at Thanksgiving? Why not turn to the pros? What Am I Drinking?! Wine Education Studio in Bryn Mawr is hosting its annual Thanksgiving Wine class on Nov. 21 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The class will feature a lesson and tasting of six sommelier-favorite Thanksgiving wine varieties.
Tickets for the class are $40.
“I’m an advocate of sparkling wine all the time—especially on a food-focused holiday like Thanksgiving,” says WAID’s founder and principal wine educator, Serena Zelezny. “The focused acidity and bubbles cleanse your palate between bites of rich gravy-soaked stuffing.”
She also likes a good red wine option like pinot noir, which is light enough, while still packing enough acidity to partner with both white or dark turkey. A smoky syrah is good for accentuating earthy autumn flavors.
28 Summit Grove Ave., Bryn Mawr.