However, drinking white wines with red meat is unheard of in gourmet circles. Peljesac is a nice Yugoslav wine for that purpose, as is Lambrusco. You can seldom find it outside Italy, but Lacryma Christi also fits into this category.
If you like the bubbly, try Asti Spumante.
Try the Moselle wines. I think they'll fit your taste. Or perhaps Vermouth.
Ice wine is also made in Germany. However Riesling isn't specifically ice wine. It's a variety of grape from which the wine is made. Many of the vineyards in my area produce a Riesling.
However, since we're off track far enough to be discussing wines, if you like your red wine dry enough to hand you your back teeth, try Chateauneuf du Pape!
This will interest the sports fans:
Or Chushki. Doesn't matter which. Both have sex obsessions and seem to think that it's fun to push others with them.
OK, so we've got Pantudi back with another nick, spouting his usual Tourette's Syndrome crap.
Sorry to disappoint you, but I'll decline the invitation.
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