Beaujolais Cru (France)
Pinor Noir (France)
Côtes du Rhône (France)
For Coq au Vin you shold go for a light or medium bodied red with good acitity.
Red Burgundy is the classical choice (If you want to cook with the best wine you can afford and drink the same).
Make it a habit to eat and drink local. Expand your skills to understand the passion that wine communicates. Explore the range of possibilities a grape can express through culture, terroir, and climate.
Travel and Taste
Practice Makes Perfect
Variety is the Spice of Life
Food and wine pairing is highly dependent on both the taste components in the food and the taste components in the wine.
Alcohol can be addictive. Drink in moderation.
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