Pairings by sommelier Alan Beasey of The Purple Pig, as told to Michael Austin:
Canard-Duchene Cuvee Leonie, Champagne, France: This nonvintage blend of pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay is full bodied with aromas of red fruits and berries. Its bright acidity and delicate bubbles will cut through the sandwich's tangy richness, and its rich, toasty, brioche flavors and subtle, sweet fruit will wrap up the dish's savory elements.
2014 Domaine Skouras Viognier Eclectique, Peloponnese, Greece: This white wine spent significant time aging in oak barrels, giving it body and flavors of toasted bread crust, hazelnut and spice. When those and the wine's ripe tropical fruit flavors meet the salty, savory flavors of turkey, bacon and onions, it'll be a perfect match.
2015 Pala I Fiori Cannonau, Sardinia, Italy: "Cannonau" is grenache on Sardinia, and this wine's black cherry, sweet plum and cola flavors will enhance the dish's spices. Soft tannins will bind the savory turkey for a pleasant hint of umami, and the tangy finish of the wine will draw the onions and peppers together.