If you’re going to take the time to braise beef short ribs, you’d better pair them with some pretty amazing wine. So I did.
Looking for a red to help beat the remaining summer heat? Consider the 2016 Peter Zemmer “Rolhüt” Pinot Noir. See what I really thought ofit.
Versatile with or without food, the 2016 Vina Casablanca Cefiro Reserva Pinot Noir is a great value wine that should see lots of uses as we slowly move into the warm season.
Looking for something to pair with some St. Louis style ribs? The 2014 Parducci Small Lot Pinot Noir might surprise you. Check out my full review.
So what do you do when you you can’t open up a nice bottle of champagne for an event? You drink whisky and open the bottle later when you’re happier. That’s what I did with the Bruno Paillard Champagne Rose’ Premiere Cuvee.
If you’re looking for that delicate, refined Pinot Noir, than look elsewhere. If, however, you’re looking for something that calls to mind the early days of sizzling meat over an open flame, this is the wine for you.