The Perfect Wine Pairings for Your Memorial Day Barbecue
Picture it now. It's a hot and humid. The sun is shining in the clear blue sky. The sounds of gently lapping waves roll in. The lingering aroma of lighter fluid, the forenote, atop the scent of burning charcoal. The grill is warming up. The barbecue is about to begin.
If you're going for a lighter grilled offering, Fernando suggests a nice rosé. According to him, "They're great with grilled fish and chicken as long as neither is served with a heavy sauce. Rosé also works really well with the vinegars in salads, which can be very difficult to pair." His most popular rosé at the moment is Whispering Angel from Provence. It sells for $19.95. A second great but less-expensive option is Farigoul ($10.95), yet again, a Provençal rosé.
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