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After cooking your delicious Thanksgiving feast, you deserve a goblet of really damn delicious wine. We chatted with Kamal Kouiri, wine director and general manager of Molyvos in New York City, to scout the best inexpensive picks that’ll complement your mouthwatering roast turkey.

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2016 alpha estate rose
Alpha Estate

2016 Alpha Estate Rosé

This bright rosy pink sipper from northern Macedonia tastes like cherries, cranberries and sage, with plenty of crisp acidity. (Aka it goes perfectly with roast turkey.)

Buy It ($19)

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Gaia Wines

2016 Gaia Assyrtiko Wild Ferment

Meet veggie casserole’s ultimate match. Made from a Greek white wine grape called Assyrtiko, it packs a wallop of flavors (think sea salt and lemon) because it’s aged in both new and used oak from France and the U.S.

Buy It ($20)

2015 papagiannakos savatiano
Papagiannakos Winery

2015 Papagiannakos Savatiano

Image what a big goblet of sunshine would taste like. That’s pretty much this wine in a nutshell. With hints of citrus and stone fruit and a vivid herbal edge, this wine is practically designed to be enjoyed with Brussels sprouts and candied sweet potatoes.

Buy It ($13)

2016 kir yianni akakies rose
Ktima Kir-Yianni

2016 Kir-Yianni Akakies Rosé

Juicy, friendly notes of strawberry and rhubarb (with plenty of firm acidity) are the perfect match for pumpkin, apple and pecan pies galore.

Buy It ($17)

blink wines sparkling brut
Blink Wines

Blink Wines Sparkling Brut

Ring in the holidays with this slightly sweet, effervescent bubbly. With a slightly tropical vibe (mmm, pineapple), it’s delicious on its own or with a plate of country ham.

Buy It ($20)

2014 alpha estate hedgehog vineyard xinomavro
Alpha Estate

2014 Alpha Estate Hedgehog Vineyard Xinomavro

Made from 95-year-old vines, this stunner is aged for 12 months in French oak. Fresh plums, light notes of leather and warm spices are practically begging for a heaping plate of turkey and gravy.

Buy It ($19)

2015 gentilini eclipse
Gentilini Winery and Vineyards

2015 Gentilini Eclipse

Presenting a work of art from the island of Kefalonia, Greece. Aged to perfection, it wafts dark wild berries and bitter chocolate. But it’s also clean and fresh with enough acidity to drink through your whole dinner.

Buy It ($24)

2010 mitravelas estate agiorgitiko
Mitravelas Estate

2010 Mitravelas Estate Agiorgitiko

The one way to make your creamy mashed potato recipe even more delicious? A glass of this amazingness, rich with ripe plums, dark cherries, vanilla and a touch of licorice. Unbelievably, its silky tannins make your taters taste more buttery (it’s possible).

Buy It ($20)

2011 kir yianni naoussa xinomavro ramnista
Ktima Kir-Yianni

2011 Kir-Yianni Naoussa Xinomavro Ramnista

This red wine perfectly pairs with the flavors of turkey day: cranberries, black currant, red cherries, tomato and warm spices. Its complexity keeps developing as you let it breathe, so be sure to open it an hour or so before your meal.

Buy It ($24)

2011 pieria eratini winery wishes eratines sweet
Pieria Eratini Winery

2011 Pieria Eratini Winery Wishes Eratines Sweet

Old Byzantine winemaking wisdom informs this gem. The results? You can’t go wrong pairing the sweet orange elixir (which tastes like roasted apricot, orange and caramel) with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Buy It ($23)

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