Remove the cheesecloth from the wine/butter mixture. Carefully squeeze so that the cloth remains wet. Spread the cloth as evenly as you can over the breast and sides of the turkey so that it covers part of the leg. Tuck the herb sprigs into and on top of the cheesecloth, so that they’re spread evenly over the top of the bird. If you can, put the turkey into the oven legs first. (If not, simply rotate the pan every hour or so.) Roast for 30 minutes. Use a turkey baster to dampen the cheesecloth and any exposed turkey with the wine/butter mixture. Lower the temperature to 350°; cook another 2 1/2 hours, basting every 30 minutes. 1 hour into the roasting time, add the chicken stock to the bottom of the roasting pan when you baste the turkey. Monitor the level of the pan juices, removing some if they rise too high. (Reserve the juices for gravy.)
*If you don't want to stuff the bird with stuffing, you can put herbs, onions, and lemon slices into the cavity. Discard when you carve the bird.