What goes better with leftover turkey than well-made, inexpensive rose?
• McPherson Cellars 2006 ($10): One of the best of a crowd of top-flight Texas roses. It's softer than a lot of European roses, but still dry.
• Toad Hollow Pinot Noir Rose 2006 ($10): The flagship of the Toad Hollow line, and that's high praise considering the quality of the wines. It's dry, fruity and one of the best buys -- of any kind of wine -- in the U.S.
• Reserve St. Martin 2006 ($8): Not always easy to find, but classic French rose at a non-classic price.