Ah, the dreaded holiday wine pairing. So many rich foods and flavors, not to mention pressure to impress your guests! Rest easy, we did the work for you this year. Pinot Noir is one of the most food-friendly varietals. As a low tannin red wine, it is gentle enough on the palate to let your cooking shine through without getting lost in the mix like many white wines do. Read on to get our top five bottles of Pinot, along with some tasting notes to show off your newfound wine knowledge. Now you just need to tackle roasting that turkey!