Supple and plump, this wine features flavors of blueberry, blackberry and plum on the palate, along with a hint of spice and smoked meat nuances. This fruit-forward and easy wine is perfect for gatherings of all sizes -- a crowd pleaser from start to finish. Enjoy it on its own, or paired with French bistro fare like duck confit.
Recipe PairingsGrill-Smoked Pork Shoulder with Spice Rub
Pays D'Oc, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
The most successful native American grape for winemaking is called Norton. It's most commonly grown in Missouri, which has a robust wine industry.