If you’re into games then you just can’t go past the Pinot's (e.g. Pinot Grigio or Pinot Noir). The amount of times I’ve been to a Duck and Pinot tasting night outweighs other pairings but oh it’s a good one! I also can’t go past Peking Duck pancakes with one of my favourite bottles of Pinot at the moment, yum cha Sundays here we come!
Having said that, there’s nothing wrong with a spicy Shiraz or Grenache paired up with some of these game meats. Again, depending on how it’s cooked and what you’re eating it with will depend on the choice you make – just keep in mind the ‘heaviness’ of the dish when deciding on what to pour (e.g. a rabbit ragu is amazing with a spicy, full-bodied red).
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