Bottles from the Beaujolais region of France taste great chilled.
With zesty acidity, fresh fruit, and easygoing tannins, bottles from the Beaujolais region of France are among the few red wines that truly taste great chilled. How perfect for summer?
Ask your wine merchant for a bottle from the Juliénas sub-region of Beaujolais, priced around $16 to $20. Combining bright fruit flavors with spice and floral notes, these wines go especially well with grilled fish, meat, and poultry; chill and serve when you want something cool, yet substantial, in your glass.
Relish wine and cocktails columnist WINI MORANVILLE guides you to the best wine and spirits for the money. She is the author of The Bonne Femme Cookbook, Simple, Splendid Food That French Women Cook Every Day.
Steaks, chicken and shrimp plus stellar sides equals a sublime grilling menu for a special occasion or summer holiday.
One sandwich to serve six mouths—this is grilled flank fare at its very best.
Use any combination of vegetables you like on this hearty pizza.
Unbeatable on Independence Day, this tri-tip beef roast is coated with a savory blend of spices then grilled to perfection.
Substitute greasy beef for a delicious portobello mushroom for a great burger option.