We do not have my (and Ted Allen's) wine of choice to go with turkey, which would definitely be a Gewurtztraminer. We do have some other wines, though. In fact, we have a fair amount of wine, which is part of the problem.
Most of the wines are medium-bodied to hearty reds, in accordance with the preferences of the members of the house who drink wine. We have some white which is relatively but not too dry -- but I am not a fan of most white wine and often use it for cooking instead of drinking. When faced with a situation where white wine would be appropriate, I prefer a dry cider or perry.
I have yet to find a Chardonnay which I like.
I suppose we could go out and buy a Gewurtz, but quite frankly I am hesitant to buy more wine when we have so much ready to be drunk up.
Edited to add: we have 32 bottles of various types and vintages (including a couple of nice Stag's Leaps and a Sterling Merlot). Among them is a relatively recent German Riesling which should do very nicely.