What wine should I serve with the turkey? I’m Anthony Dias Blue with the Blue Lifestyle Minute sponsored by CUISINART. The logical answer to the turkey problem is white wine. Most of us learned “white wine with white meats, red wines with red meat.” Yes, turkey alone on a plate works with white wine. But then you add sweet potatoes, stuffing, and cranberry sauce. White wine could be drowned out by such an explosion of flavors. What this meal needs is a wine that can offer balance. I heartily recommend serving red wine with your Thanksgiving meal. Serve Burgundies, California Pinot Noirs, the new Beaujolais, and light, young Zinfandels. I’m also partial to Cotes-du-Rhones and California Syrah or Australian Shiraz. If you feel you have to offer white wines, serve big oaky Chardonnay along with the reds, and give people a choice. I’m Anthony Dias Blue sponsored by CUISINART-fine small appliances and cookware. Visit CUISINART.COM. This is the Blue Lifestyle Minute, visit our website at bluelifestyle.com.