Ghost Pines Wine is one of those rare blends that really come together nicely. It helps that winemaker Michael Eddy is a foodie who almost certainly keeps pairings in mind when creating these wines. We tried the 2010 Chardonnay and the 2009 Red Blend. The red would work perfect with a thick, juicy steak… or as I described it… “Flesh”… It’s a good thing that those trusty “law-men” from Night of The Living Dead were on hand to take care of the situation before it got out of hand. (Watch the video to the end to see what I’m talking about).
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