Whether you prefer savory and salty Pakoras, Samosas and Chivda, or sweet treats like Kheer, Barfi and Gulab Jamun, here are our picks for wines that will help you celebrate the festival of lights.

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Uivo Pet Nat Branco

Folias de Baco

Uivo Pet Nat Branco

A bright Pet Nat from a game-changing wine maker.
Zinfandel Redwood Valley

Breaking Bread

Zinfandel Redwood Valley

Not your grandma's Zinfandel. Chill it and enjoy the fruit, earth and acidity.
Division-Villages Béton

Division Wine Company

Division-Villages Béton

A French red, made in Oregon, in the style of a Loire Valley café wine. Close your eyes and pretend you're there.
Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
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Fossil & Fawn

Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

A bright and spicy Pinot for dinner tonight.
Queen of the Sierra Estate Amber

Forlorn Hope

Queen of the Sierra Estate Amber

The color may draw you first, but the wine itself will keep you coming back.
Brut Vintage Rosado

Naveran

Brut Vintage Rosado

Don't underestimate this bright and creamy Cava.
Kerner

Abbazia di Novacella

Kerner

A bright and complex grape you may not know, but should definitely try, it's been made by Monks since 1142.
Vouvray Sec Chenin Blanc

JM Gautier

Vouvray Sec Chenin Blanc

The Gautier family has been making wine since 1669, we think they know a thing or two.
Tradition Brut Le Cru

Gonet-Medeville

Tradition Brut Le Cru

Bright, briny, clean and dry bubbles.
Gewürztraminer

Banyan

Gewürztraminer

Early adopters of natural wine from Monterey County.