Wine Pairing Wednesday

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Before I get too far into this, let me quickly just say, that I am in no way being compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. Now lets get to the wine!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I bring you, my all time favorite wine. Straight from Willamette Valley, Oregon which is just on the other side of the Columbia River from my hometown of Vancouver, Washington, I bring you…. Kings Ridge!

This delicious Oregon Pinot Noir is a light bodied red and pairs very well with soft cheeses. Another one of my favorites to pair with this beautiful red wine, is lamb chops. Most light bodied reds go best with poultry, but for this particular one, I personally say lamb chops and any red meat. Kings Ridge Pinot Noir is fancy for any special occasion, yet still very affordable. I’ve seen it anywhere from $15.00 – 18.00 a bottle.

Kings Ridge Pinot Noir is as unique as it’s birthplace. Made with Willamette Valley Fruit, it has a red berry aroma and flavor, such as cherry, raspberry and floral flavors.  Next time you sit down to a special dinner of lamb chops, or just feel like sharing a bottle with a special friend along with some soft cheeses, like Mozzarella, Brie, Camembert, Havarti, Emmental, Gruyère, and Jarlsberg, grab a bottle of Kings Ridge Pinot Noir, and enjoy!


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