Subject: RE: Wine and Food
Author: Norm
Date:   10/3/2008 2:05 pm EDT
This a hard question to answer with a solution which pleases everyone. If this were a dinner you would have to serve two wines, probably a Pinot Noir and a Chardonnay.
Since this is a party with heavy appetizers, there is a one wine answer to your question, and that would be a Beajolais served lightly chilled at around 55 to 60 degrees. This could be a Beajolais Village, or even better one of the Grand Cru Beajolais such as a Fleurie. Beajolais are semi-dry with big fresh fruit flavors and the perfect comprmise between white and red wines. The other choice woud be a Rose Wine, but these vary in style so much, it might be hard to choose the right one.
Hope this helps,
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Lucia 10/3/2008 8:27 am EDT
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Norm 10/3/2008 1:44 pm EDT
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Norm 10/3/2008 2:05 pm EDT
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