Best Red Wines

January 1, 2010

Best Light Red Wines

If your light red is Pinot Noir, pray for sockeye salmon. Otherwise, go to town and don’t be afraid to chill slightly

 [grid: 230|Light Reds]

Best Medium Red Wines

Pork is perfect here: marinated pork kebabs, smoked pork chops, chipotle pork burgers, roast pork tenderloin, smoky baked ham

[grid: 231| Medium Reds]

Best Rich Red Wines

The perfect antidote to a rainy Vancouver winter night. Try a big-bowled, aroma-harbouring glass and a well-aged piece of cheese 

[grid: 232| Rich Reds]

Best Rosé Wines

First off, rosé can never be too cold. Second, you do not need an excuse to drink it. A frosty glass is always welcome


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