Entertain/Food / November 9, 2018

Friendsgiving Feast!

Sing it with us… “it’s the most wonderful time of the year!” It’s the season for calling up old friends and planning festive feasts in one of our favorite traditions: Friendsgiving.

To help you toast to all of the best people in your life, we collected some fabulous recipes that are sure to wow them at the table.

Here are some sensational seasonal dishes and wine pairings to bring along to a potluck or Friendsgiving feast:



Vegan Mini Spiral Cream Cheese Tarts from The Colorful Kitchen with Splendid Oak Chardonnay

Pair with Splendid Oak Chardonnay, a wine that will shine from appetizer through to the main dish.

Sausage Bites Recipe

Helen Jane’s Sausage Bites with Cherry Pie Pinot Noir

Try these with Cherry Pie Pinot Noir, another food-friendly wine that works well with a variety of dishes on your holiday table.



Maple Bourbon Mashed Sweet Potatoes from The Roasted Root with Straight Edge Bourbon Whiskey

Our friends at Splinter Group Spirits would be delighted if you sipped Straight Edge Bourbon Whiskey with this tasty side.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Golden Raisins and Pistachios from Floating Kitchen with Girl & Dragon Pinot Grigio

Girl & Dragon Pinot Grigio

Bring a fearless wine like Girl & Dragon Pinot Grigio to the table when this dish is on the menu.

Mr. Marquis’s Marvelous Stuffing from Macheesmo with Bar Dog Cabernet Sauvignon

Summer Barbecue Treats with Bar Dog Wine

Try this savory side with a sip of Bar Dog Cabernet Sauvignon.



Pear Frangipane Tart from A Beautiful Plate with Middle Sister Sweet & Sassy Moscato

Middle Sister Sweet & Sassy Moscato

A sweet glass of Middle Sister Sweet & Sassy Moscato will make this dessert sparkle.

Apple-Brie Hand Pies Recipe

Apple Brie Hand Pies with Middle Sister Sweetie Pie Red

She spells it out right there in her name, serve this yummy treat with an equally yummy glass of Middle Sister Sweetie Pie Red.


Cheers to a fantastic Friendsgiving season!



  1. Jsl

    Any food which contains a milk product is NOT vegan!

    19 . Nov . 2018
    • Chelsea

      Thanks so much for your comment. We’re assuming you’re talking about the cream cheese tarts. The recipe creator used Daiya vegan cream cheese in her recipe. Apologies if the name of the recipe was misleading at all. If you click through to the recipe, you can be assured that it is vegan. – Chelsea from the Wine Sisterhood team

      19 . Nov . 2018

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