Christmas Dinner is one of the most highly anticipated meals of the year! When planning your holiday dinner, don’t stress over the wine, use this list to help you determine the right bottle for each dish. While there are probably some of your classic favorites on the list, don’t be afraid to try something new this year!
Get your holiday meal off to the right start with a delightful Aperitif wine! You can never go wrong with a classic Brut or Rose Champagne!
42188 Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose
32336 Cheurlin Brut Speciale Champagne
Riesling is a popular wine to pair with ham as its sweetness will meld nicely with most ham glazes. However, sparkling white or regular rosé wine can also complement ham.
25968 St Tropez Fleur de Mer Rose
Turkey can be paired with so many wines! However, we recommend sticking to either a light red wine, such as Pinot Noir, or a Chardonnay.
33951 JCB No 85 Pnt Nr Sonoma Coast
Goose pairs best with a wine that can help cut through the fattiness with a little acid. Try a Sauvignon Blanc or a Vouvray.
30946 Saint Clair Family Estate Svgn Blanc
A red wine without much for tannins makes a great match for this traditional dish. Bordeaux and Cote du Rhone both pair excellently with pork pie.
29616 Kermit Lynch Cotes Du Rhone
A fabulous roast is best paired with a heartier red wine. We love both Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon with this dish.
28856 Seghesio Zinfandel Sonoma County
Potatoes are a common and popular side dish at many holiday dinners. While it can be tricky to pair them with wine, we find they do best with Merlot and Chardonnay.
20863 William Hill Est North Cst Chardonnay
It is no surprise that it pairs best with red wine! While you can’t go wrong with most reds, we recommend either a Cabernet Sauvignon or a Châteauneuf du Pape.
43225 Ch Beauchene Chtnf du Pape Grand RSV
20862 William Hill Estate Cab Svgn No Coast