You needn't be sly as a fox to enjoy this savory and luscious red, but it would help if you mean to get a taste while serving it at a dinner party. This appetizing, food-friendly wine will lure your guests into taking sip after sip with its flavors of red currant, plum, dried herbs and graphite, and you might find them monopolizing the bottle if you're not careful. Make sure you manage a glass for yourself, no matter what it takes. Sharing can be overrated.
Loire Valley, France
Leg Of Lamb
More than a dozen red grape varieties may be used to make a Côtes du Rhône red, but the most common are Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre.