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Smoky Barbecued Chicken Wine Pairings

Smoky Barbecued Chicken
Notes: If a lighter sauce is used, then you could go for a chardonnay, but to compliment the smoky flavours, a forward and fleshy Malbec or Merlot will handsomely pair, as will a well-chilled rosé, perfect for outdoor dining.

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