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You can’t go wrong with “regional” pairings: this tasty traditional Burgundy dish can be enjoyed with a red of the Mercurey appellation of Burgundy. Of the Pinot Noir variety, Mercurey ages well.

Feel like venturing into a more unconventional selection? Due to the cooler climate on this Australian island, Pinot Noirs from Tasmania have a structure that resembles Burgundy wines. Certain to be a wonderful discovery!

Hélène Dion Sommelier and Wine Columnist