Red, White & Wine: July 4th Pairings

Happy Birthday, America! The 4th of July is a time to celebrate our independence and wine made on American soil! We have provided a list of traditional American cuisine to pair with a few of our premier wines we make right here at Beachaven! Though you have the freedom to choose beer or wine this holiday, we hope after reading our blog post you choose WINE! Cheers to our country’s history and accomplishments!

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Every burger-lover knows… the juicier and tastier the better! Top it with lettuce, tomato, pickles, onion, cheese, or maybe something more unique and you have the most traditional, American holiday food! Best paired with our medium bodied red wine, Chambourcin! Made with 100% Tennessee grown grapes, Chambourcin has notes of warm berry and ripe plum with a ruby hue!

images-1.jpegHot Dogs

Whether sliced as an appetizer or served more traditionally wedged in a bun topped with sauerkraut, onions, mustard, ketchup, or relish , there’s nothing tastier than an all-beef hot dog! Pair your hot dogs with our             Cabernet, a full bodied classic with plum and notes of vanilla oak!

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Feeling fancy with a grilled steak for the 4th? You may as well splurge and indulge in fancy wine to pair with your juicy steak! Try our Syrah – a rich, flavorful red wine with hints of
plum, raisins, clove, and chocolate.

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Shrimp on a skewer grilled to perfection: the sweetness of the shrimp makes it a perfect pairing for a semi-sweet white wine such as Riesling. Try our Riesling that is heavy in citrus and honey aromas that lead into green apple, lemon and nectarine flavors!

Fried Chicken

k9856396.jpgSometimes you just want to keep it simple on the 4th of July with the old fashion fried chicken dish leaving room for coleslaw, potato and fruit salad! We recommend keeping your wine equally as simple and clean with our Chardonel white wine! This hybrid is clean and crisp with indications of ripe melon, pineapple and slight citrus.

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