This Thanksgiving, take a page out of Ina Garten’s book and simplify your drink menu by uncorking a bottle of vino. After all, delightful company and good food are only made better with fine wine. To help us navigate a medley of Turkey Day flavors, we tapped 10 chefs from around the country and got their go-to holiday pours.

From crowd-pleasing reds to sparkling ciders, and even an unexpected vermouth, read on for their recommendations.

KEVIN BRATT, WINE DIRECTOR AT JOE’S SEAFOOD, PRIME STEAK & STONE CRAB, WASHINGTON, D.C.

“Rosemary, thyme, and sage will most likely make an appearance on your Thanksgiving table. Try the 2014 Galerie, Riesling, Spring Mountain, California to match with these fall flavors. Subtle notes of chamomile and honey blossom in the wine work perfectly with cornbread stuffing and butternut squash.”