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This Indian-inspired menu has an enormous range of bold, exotic ﬂavors, all of which call for wines with a good balance of fruit and acidity.
2006 Navarro Vineyards Gewürztraminer ($19) Northern California’s cool Anderson Valley is ideal for aromatic white grapes like Gewürztraminer. A spicy bottling like this one is a natural partner for exotic pumpkin and split pea soup.
2006 Edmunds St. John Bone-Jolly Gamay Noir Rosé ($16) People tend to drink white wine with turkey, but the vivid Indian spices in this menu need a bit more substance, like this tart, fruity rosé from California’s El Dorado County.
Mumm Cuvée M NV ($19) This creamy California sparkling wine is off-dry, meaning that it has just a touch of sweetness. It’s a classic match for fruit—especially fruit dipped in sweet and spicy caramel fondue. —Megan Krigbaum
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