Wine Pairing Wednesday

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This is it folks! It’s Wednesday, and time for a little wine pairing. This wine I have for you today is absolutely delicious. Especially when properly paired with the right foods. It’s a Pinot Noir, which is actually one of my favorite types of red wine. This one is a little different than what I am accustomed to. Most of the time, when I have a Pinot Noir, it has a bit of a woodsy taste to it. This one is quite different. It has a more mild flavor to it. Very smooth, but light on the woodsiness. Pinot Noir is a light-bodied red wine, and this particular brand lives up to that with the rich flavor, yet mild bitterness than what I normally get in a red wine. As you can clearly see below, this bottle is empty. Yea, well, it was really good! I also had some help. It’s always nice to share a good bottle of wine with good friends, and you’ll want to share this one! Or not… LOL!

Seaglass is the name of this particular brand. Comes from California, and I got to say, being a native Washingtonian, the Pacific Northwest really does have the best berries. And where there’s the best berries, they produce the best wines! Naturally.

Seaglass pairs very well with poultry, which is what I chose. I paired this with my Grilled Chicken with Balsamic Horseradish Mustard. Go head, give this combination a try! You won’t regret it!


One Response to Wine Pairing Wednesday

  1. Amy Burgher says:

    I have tried this recipe and it is delicious. Thank you, Christine, for sharing it.