Wine

Eat what you like for July 4th, and drink accordingly

A big advantage to the fact that America is a melting pot is that there is no single great national dish. One of the freedoms we enjoy on the Fourth of July is to eat anything we want.

Sure, hot dogs, cheeseburgers and barbecue get most of the publicity. But maybe you’re Cuban, and you prefer roast suckling pig, or you’re Haitian, and you want pork cubes, beans and rice. Or your Irish pride demands corned beef and cabbage.

In that spirit, here are some wine suggestions for the kinds of foods that Americans of all colors, creeds and palates, from sea to shining sea, might be eating this weekend:

Cabernet sauvignon, merlot, syrah. sauvignon blancs
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zinfandel shiraz.
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chenin blanc, viognier riesling.

pinot noir gewurztraminer.

chardonnay
pinot noir.

rosé.

riesling merlot



pinot noir.

ice-cold beer.

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