Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving already right around the corner you’ve probably already gotten your dinner menu figured out, I mean you have to have turkey and stuffing right? But you might be wondering about which wines will be best to serve with traditional Thanksgiving cuisine.

In addition to serving wines that pair well, its also important to find wines that taste great yet don’t cost a fortune, especially since you probably have to buy more wine than usual for this special occasion.

So don’t stress… I’ve navigated the numerous and often daunting selections for you and here you’ll find The Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving and all but one cost under $15. If you’re interested in my full review of one of the wines, just click on it! 

Number One | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

La Marca Prosecco Review

La Marca Prosecco – At under $11 the elegant La Marca Prosecco is easy to open and even easier to enjoy! It’s elegant and understated in it’s approach and would make an excellent aperitif or could be enjoyed throughout the entire Thanksgiving meal.

 Number Two | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Costco Wine for Thanksgiving

Kirkland Signature Brut Champagne – You’ll be surprised to learn that this bargain bubbly is actually crafted by a respected Champagne producer.

 Number Three | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Costco Wine

J Pinot Gris Review | J Vineyards Winery – California’s take on this French varietal results in a lush, juicy and refreshing white.

 Number Four | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Dr. Wagner Riesling Review

Dr. Wagner Riesling Kabinett – At under $14 this well made German Kabinett Riesling is just what the Doctor ordered!

  Number Five | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Kirkland Signature 2011 Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Review

Kirkland Signature Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley – At under $9 this Costco Cabernet drinks well above it’s modest price point!

 Number Six | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Hess Select Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Front Label

Hess Select Cabernet Sauvignon – At under $12 the approachable Hess Select Cabernet might become your ‘house wine’ well after the Thanksgiving festivities come to an end!

 Number Seven | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Costco Wine for Thanksgiving

Black Stallion Cabernet Sauvignon – It’s tougher and tougher to find Napa Cabernet under $20, and Costco delivers in a big way with this elegant offering.

 Number Eight | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Alamos Malbec

Alamos Malbec – If you’re searching for a crowd-pleaser that’s approachable yet richly flavored, the Alamos Malbec always over-delivers for the money.

Number Nine | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Costco WineCostco Rioja – I may have saved the best for last. The Kirkland Signature Reserva Rioja is potentially my favorite pick for pairing with your Thanksgiving meal. Click the image to discover why and learn what Thanksgiving favorite it can replace at a big cost savings.

Number Ten  | Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving –

Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving

Castello d’Albola Chianti Classico – This Costco Chianti score boasts over-delivers on personality, is right at home on the dinner table, and costs just $14 per bottle.

Don’t forget to check out other recommended selections in the Costco Wine Section and Trader Joe’s Wine Section. You can also search for featured recommendations by utilizing the price categories. Cheers and Happy Thanksgiving!


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2 thoughts on “Best Costco Wines for Thanksgiving

  1. Anne Adams

    Thanks for posting this! It’s exactly what I was looking for so that I can pick up wine to take to my son’s house for their Thanksgiving dinner. It will be a large group, so I want to have plenty. I love the Lamarca Prosecco and I’m looking forward to sampling some of your other recommendations.

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    1. The Fermented Fruit Post author

      Anne,

      You’re very welcome! I’m really glad to hear that you found the post helpful. Please let me know which wines you decided to try and how you liked them! I hope you and yours have a Happy Thanksgiving 🙂

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