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Best Wines for Barbecue

wines for a bbqAs July has finally arrived and the summer is expected to begin soon as well, it is the best time to get your barbecue equipment out of the basement and prepare it for the season.

Burgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, sausages and various vegetarian options are best accompanied by scrumptious garlic bread, bruschetta or any other form of toast with a glass of excellent wine to fulfil the experience.

This year it seems like rich, full-bodied red wines are being replaced by softer, less tannic versions with pretty much the same effect. Experts recommend wines such as cherryish dolcetto from Piedmont or young sangiovese from Tuscany to go with a big and bulky beef steak.

Lamb would taste great with red rioja or Italian valpolicella while pork chops and ribs taste best while enjoyed with pinot noir from New Zealand or Chile. Even the sweet-and-sour barbecue sauce works well with the composition.

So once you’ve decided on the type of meat you are going forward with for the Saturday barbecue party in your back garden, it is important to stack up the appropriate wine to go with it. Cranville Wines would not only save you some space but also enhance the classy look with their well-designed and functional wine racks.

In various shapes and sizes each wine rack is different, and with the great variety offered by Cranville Wines, there is something for everyone to choose from. Whether you are hosting a barbecue for the family and friends or wine tasting, we have the wine rack for you.


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