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Title: 3 Tips for Pairing Wine with BBQ

Hollie's Flatiron Grill 3 TIPS FOR
Chill Your Wine Cold beverage always taste
better and more refreshing. Someone may
overlook that red wine can be delicious when
chilled. Beer since acts as a palate cleanser and
thus is known as the king of BBQ. It frees your
taste buds of the fat and fatty junk that meat
leaves behind and replaces it with cool acidity.
Wine also can be even more delicious.
Dont Bother with the Top Shelf We sometimes
keep an expensive bottle of wine to be used for
any special occasion. However, a backyard BBQ or
a get-together with our family and friends may
not appear to be the best place and time to use
it. Just let your cares slip away and mix the
wine with BBQ sauce. There are a variety of wines
which are inexpensive and delicious and will be a
great pairing with your grilled foods.
Match Your Wine with Your Entree There are few
things to keep in mind when planning for a
menu. White wine Serving fish, chicken or pork
dishes, white wine is a stunning idea. It even it
goes amicably with rockfish, veg burgers or
Roses Rose will taste delicious with pulled pork
as Roses impart lovely aroma and are excellent
choice for most of the grilled edibles. Moreover,
they pair up too well with almost
everything. Pinot Noir If you have salty meat
or took extra time to smoke, bacon type flavor
then Pinot Noir is the best choice. Cabernet
try out on vibrant cabernet blend if you have rib
item on your menu.
Syrah/Shiraz/Malbec if you are in love with
spicy food then Syrah/Shiraz/Malbec will be the
best option. Red Wine For the Steak,
hamburger, BBQ ribs and beef tenderloin, red wine
is the safest choice. You are the best judge of
your table. If you have a favorite wine, still
you should try different. This could give you
more refreshment.
Hollie's Flatiron Grill
1199 S I-35 Service Rd. Moore, OK 73160 (405)
2201 NW 150th, Oklahoma City, OK 73013
(405) 607-8822
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