A great front-porch wine, this full-bodied white is rich, vibrant, and focused. It tastes especially good on a warm night or as the star of any Southern gathering. We recommend pairing it with lemon-roasted chicken, low-country boils, mild flavored fish like flounder, or fresh vegetables cooked on the grill.
Recipe PairingsSlow-Cooker Corn ChowderCreamy Ham-and-Chicken MedleyOld-Fashioned Chicken Pot PieDouble-Crust Chicken Pot PiesBaked Potato SoupSheet Pan Shrimp and Vegetables with RiceGrilled Chicken and Garden Salsa
Central Coast, California, United States
In Germany, Pinot Noir is called Spätburgunder. Pinot Meunier is called Schwarzriesling, but some call it Miller's Burgundy for the little white hairs on the underside of the vine's leaves, which look like flour dust.