Juicy like a cobbler, this crowd-pleaser is perfect for entertaining and pairing with hearty meals. Fruity, rich, and beaming with vanilla and cocoa aromatics, this big red goes with steak, lamb, or marinated beef dishes.
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Grilled Red Meats
The British call red Bordeaux wines Clarets. It's a variation on the French word clairet, a style of dark rosé wine the French exported to Britain in the 18th century.