2011 Ca del Vent Franciacorta 'Pas Opere' Blanc de Blancs
Perfect to kickstart proceedings, this pure biodynamically grown Franciacorta is made in the traditional method and aged for three years in bottle, longer than many Champagne houses. Made from 100 per cent Chardonnay this is an intense, rich Blanc de Blanc with spicy, fruity and floral notes.
£30 from The Winemakers Club, 020 7236 2936
2014 Pandolfi Price Larkun
Turkey can be difficult to pair with, but this Chardonnay from Chile has Chablis-like finesse for a fraction of the price. Textured with fresh citrus fruit and a touch of warm peach on the palate.
£14.50 from Berry Bros. & Rudd, 0800 280 2440
2010 Il Colle Brunello di Montalcino
A bottle of Brunello calls for a substantial main dish, such as roast beef or pheasant. One of the best vintages for Brunello in recent years, this Sangiovese varietal has been aged in Italian casks for 30 months, followed by 24 months in the bottle before release, giving a greater depth of flavour and tannin.
£40 from The Winemakers Club, 020 7236 2936
2007 Allimant-Laugner, Pinot Gris Selection de Grains Nobles
With 12 generations of winemakers in the family, this sweet wine from Northern Alsace is only produced twice a decade. Boasting flavours of dried fruits, marmalade, honey, peach and spice, this is a great match for traditional Christmas pudding, cakes and even crumbles. It is also the ideal counterpart for foie gras, pâté or strong cheese - and it's vegan-friendly to boot.
£23.50 from Humble Grape, humblegrape.co.uk
2013 Montagny 1er Cru Jean-Marc Boillot
Zesty, sharp and juicy all in one, this premium white from Côte Chalonnaise will suit an array of vegetarian plates from creamy risottos to more earthy, truffle-based versions, as well as pumpkin gnocchi and roasted root vegetables.
£21.50 from Lea & Sandeman, leaandsandeman.co.uk
2012 Château Gigognan, Clos du Roi Rouge
With fantastic flavours of blackberry, cherry, dried fruit and black olives, this organic Châteauneuf-du-Pape is more fruit-driven and modern than traditional styles. A perfect match for game but also one to keep in mind for the cheese course, for those who refuse to swap their glass for something sweeter.
£30.50 from Humble Grape, humblegrape.co.uk
2013 Fattorie Romeo dei Castello Allegracore Etna Rosso
An organic Burgundian-style red made with Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio grapes from the slopes of Etna, this medium-bodied Sicilian boasts strawberry fruit flavours sprung from an earthy core. The winery was almost destroyed by the volcanic lava flows in 1987 but luckily guests will still be able to enjoy a glass or two with their turkey.
£25 from The Winemakers Club, 020 7236 2936
2011 Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Vergers Domaine Fernand & Laurent Pillot
This Premier Cru Chardonnay from the Côte de Beaune displays a delicacy of honey, minerality and a touch of oak. Pair with meatier fish such as monkfish, turbot or halibut.
£37.95 from Lea & Sandeman, leaandsandeman.co.uk
2010 Fleurs de Mai Domaine Georges Vernay
This Northern Rhône Syrah from Domaine Georges Vernay is the smoky benchmark for a venison pairing. With aromas of violet and rose, this easy-drinking wine will add to any festive celebration.
£18.95 from Berry Bros. & Rudd, 0800 280 2440
2013 Dutton Goldfield, Dutton Ranch
When it comes to the big day this Russian River Chardonnay is a vegetarian's best friend. With notes of lemon, peach, ginger, apricot and cream, this cool-climate white beautifully balances mushroom risotto, roasted squash, soft cheeses and creamy, baked dishes.
£30 from Humble Grape, humblegrape.co.uk
Berry Bros. & Rudd Champagne, Grand Cru, Mailly
This impressive Grand Cru Champagne is moreish and utterly delicious served with a plate of cheese puffs. Such a satisfying and addictive combination, you're sure to be in danger of forgoing the turkey altogether.
£26.95 from Berry Bros. & Rudd, 0800 280 2440
2013 Blankbottle, The Original Spaniard
A strong match for nut roast, this luscious wine is ripe with fruity red berries and has a juicy, velvety texture.
£19 from Harvey Nichols, harveynichols.com
2013 Pouilly-Fuissé Vieilles Vignes en Buland Domaine Daniel Barraud
The vines used to make this vibrant Chardonnay are over 65 years old, creating big and pungent flavours of ripe citrus, honey and toffee. Nutty with bright acidity, this is one best saved for the cheese course.
£25.50 from Lea & Sandeman, leaandsandeman.co.uk
2011 Dog Point Pinot Noir
This beautiful Pinot Noir would make a fine match with duck, red meats or venison. Rich and opulent on the palate, this indulgent red exhibits flavours of strawberry, raspberry and cherry together with harmoniously integrated spicy oak notes.
£29.50 from Harvey Nichols, harveynichols.com
Graham's 10-year-old Tawny Port
Slowly matured in oak with complex aromas of honey, nuts and black fruits that linger long after each sip, this is one for nuttier, hard cheeses like Manchego, Ossau Iraty and Parmesan, or cooked-fruit puddings, including apple pie and baked figs. This 10-year-old tawny can also be poured earlier in the day, with some light conversation, a bowl of salted, roasted almonds and a plate of Iberico ham.
£14.99 from Roberson, robersonwine.com
Château Coutet 1998
One of the finest dessert wines to come out of Barsac, just next door to Sauternes, this is luscious and exotic with flavours of rich marmalade, honey, peach and a touch of smoke. A sweet wine with options - serve it with pudding, a plate of blue cheese or simply enjoy it on its own at the end of the feast.
£24.99 from Roberson, robersonwine.com