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No matter what people choose to serve for their holiday dinners, there is always a bottle of wine that goes with it. Just the right bottle of wine can compliment any meal. 

When pasta is on the menu, it needs to be paired with a delicious white wine. A great choice is Les Parcelles Muscadet Sevre Et Maine Sur Lie. This light, dry wine boasts a powerful lemon flavor. It also includes hints of citrus flavors and pear juice. 

Meats such as pork and turkey pair well with Dr. Loosen Dr. L Riesling. This is a light wine with a crisp, fresh flavor. In addition to serving it with white meat, it can also be served with small spicy appetizers and a cheese plate. 

Another great wine that goes with pork but also dishes with mushrooms and/or chicken is Underwood Nouveau Pinot Noir. While it can be purchased by the bottle, this wine is also canned, making it perfect for serving at a casual get-together, especially those being held outdoors. 

A lightly chilled bottle of Endless Crush Rose pairs well with turkey, pasta, and cheese dishes. The flavor of the wine is enhanced with a touch of grapefruit, as well as grapes, strawberries, and watermelons. 

For a wine to serve with dinner and dessert, a great choice is Josh Cellars Bourbon Barrel-Aged Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine pairs best with hearty meats such as a prime rib but can also accompany a cheese appetizer and most types of dessert. 

Another wine that pairs well with dinner and dessert is Noble Vines 181 Merlot. As a full-bodied roast, it perfectly complements lasagna and roasted vegetables, among other hearty dinner choices. It also pairs nicely with any dessert made of chocolate.

When a holiday dinner menu includes scallops, crab legs, shellfish, and Lobster Thermidor, it can be paired with a bottle of The Calling Sonoma Coast Chardonnay. The wine has buttery undertones but is also crisp, balancing out any fat that might be in a holiday meal. 

Grilled meat, including ham, is often paired with The Wolftrap Syrah Mourvedre Viognier. It is a dry wine that contains notes of baking spices that give it a more distinct flavor than other wines do.