This style shines when paired with pork loin, roasted chicken, and mushroom dishes. With its two traditional mainstays coq au vin and boeuf bourguignonne, not only is it an excellent complement, but is also one of the main ingredients as well.
With its fruitier style, this works well with chicken, pork, or lean beef, especially when grilled or well-spiced.
Delicious with the locally caught salmon, as well as mildly flavored lamb, chicken, and pork.
...Makes an excellent cocktail party red when serving a variety of finger-foods, and the varied tastes of many guests need to be considered. Also an interesting stepping-stone red in multicourse (and multiwine) meals.
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