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¿What to drink on Thanksgiving Day?


Thousands of families gather around a table to eat and drink and celebrate one of the most important festivities in the world, by the number of people who celebrate it. We're talking about Thanksgiving Day, a celebration that takes place in the United States and Canada, held the fourth Thursday of November. In Canada it can vary by day and is the second Monday in October.

It originated in religious terms, but today is considered a civil and folk holiday. In North America some of its origins are held by European traditions, when they celebrated the good harvest that was gathered from the fields, and there are its beginnings to celebrate the end of harvest.

Therefore, the gastronomic celebrations are numerous and all members of the family concentrate around a table full of luscious delicacies where the protagonist is the turkey. It's a party told in numerous books, series and movies, always in a festive and family atmosphere.

The roast turkey usually eaten this day, usually at a dinner party, is filled with various ingredients, such as corn or sage. Accompanying the turkey there are vegetables such as potatoes, mashed potatoes or carrots, which are common dishes in the cuisines of these countries. Sweet also accompany the feast and the table that day, such as the popular pumpkin, pecan, apple pies or the chocolate cookies.

Among the drinks, which are also important in Thanksgiving, champagne is preferred, as well as apple cider, much more for the people inland and less affluent families, as well as various types of wine, with several appellations of origin, preferably from the US, where we can find well known wine regions like California. Here you have some reference that you will sure enjoy! 

 TAGS:2005 Newton Unfiltered Merlot

2005 Newton Unfiltered Merlot

2005 Newton Unfiltered Merlot



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2006 Bialla Cabernet Sauvignon

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