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The Andre Cold Duck is a sparkling wine that you can pair with a lot of different dishes - far more than you might expect. It has a bit more substance and flavor than most sparking wines. This Cold Duck is more complex than typical, inexpensive, fruit-flavored sparkling or carbonated wines you find on the shelves. It's a particularly good choice, I think, for picnics, cookouts, and similar events.
The Relax Cool Red is not as grapey as many light red wines can be, but it is nicely fruity. A medium-to-full bodied red wine, it's not too sweet not too dry which should mean that you could pair it with almost anything, but in practice it seems to mean that it only makes an average pairing at best with most foods. The most positive aspect may be the lively acidity. It's simple rather than complex and would probably be best drinking chilled on its own.
The Valckenberg Ortega Trockenbeerenauslese is a heavy dessert wine so we paired it with several popular dessert choices. Unfortunately we disagreed on just how well the Valckenberg Ortega paired with several of them.
San Giuseppe's Pinot Grigio is an easy drinking, refreshing white wine that pairs reasonably well with a wide variety of foods. Some pairings are a bit better than others, but you can probably choose almost anything to eat with this Pinot Grigio and enjoy it.
As with the aromas, the flavors of Bully Hill's Love My Goat are mostly cherry with a bit of plum. This medium-bodied red wine is quite sweet though there is also a lively acidity and soft tannins. It's not at all complex and it feels almost as thick as it looks despite the relatively low alcohol content. Overall the elements of this wine don't hang together or mesh as well as I've found in other inexpensive red wines. Bully Hill's Love My Goat will probably be an acceptable red table wine or cookout wine for most people, but it's strong sweetness combined with its lack of complexity doesn't put it at the top of my list of choices.
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