For a Thanksgiving meal, I like to pair with an off-dry riesling or gewurztraminer. Those wines go well with turkey, stuffing, and the different sides. They seem more appealing for people who aren't much for wine drinking, also.
If you can get hold of this wine on short notice, I can also recommend 2012 Chateau Pegau Cotes du Rhone Blanc ‘Cuvee Lone’. My long-time wine vendor offered an email discount and tasting at his store yesterday. By the time I wandered in at mid-afternoon, they were almost sold out. People had been coming in, tasting, and buying a few bottles--or more. I bought a couple bottles myself.
This is a white Cotes-du-Rhone, the first vintage from an old vines vineyard bought and restored by a well-known Chateauneuf-du-Pape winemaker. It's crisp, fresh, very well-balanced, with a superb aroma and nice finish, too. Good fruit, with more depth than most white wines of this type. Meant to be drunk young, within a year. I expect it to be very food-friendly with a variety of foods, and the price is right, about $20 per bottle. This one could be a comer for the value wine market.
The wine is a blend of grapes with a funky reputation: Clairette , Bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc and Ugni Blanc. I said to my vendor, "Aren't those the grapes people usually throw away?" This wine is real good, though, which proves that there is really no bad wine grape, it all depends on what you do with it.