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Don't fret about Thanksgiving wine choices — just about anything goes

On Thanksgiving, two things are more important than the wine you pour.

No. 1, of course, is the people you are with. (If you thought "watching football" was No. 1, you might need a re-education on the meaning of Thanksgiving; start with a "Charlie Brown" special.) No. 2 - and I'm sorry to say this, fellow wine lovers - is the food. I'm even sorrier to say that wine is a distant third. Distant.

Even the most passionate wine champions among us can cop to the idea that wine's role is always to make food taste better. Then again, we

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