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  • THE BFC WINE BLOG
    Welcome to the Brattleboro Food Co-op’s new blog, bringing you news and weather from the spirit and food world. The accent is on affordable, high-quality wine and beer that’ll make your meals complete.You’ll find wine profiles, stories about producers, upcoming wine tastings, interviews with winemakers, recipes from local chefs, cheese and wine pairings, menu /wine suggestions, links to inspiring wine/beer/food related sites, restaurant recommendations from Co-op members, grape-o’-the-month, letters from you-all, and more. Read on, to excite your palate and put some stars in your dining and entertaining galaxy.
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    This blog is maintained by Richard Gagnon, the Brattleboro Food Co-op wine and beer go-to-guy since 1992. Although I am an assiduous fact-checker, the info here-in is, occasionally, the product of my fertile, bargain-fevered imagination; and all errors, typos, and exaggeratos are mine. They do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, and received wisdom of other Co-op staff, or our Board of Directors. Like my mom always said, if you want the facts, just the facts, watch “Dragnet.”
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November 05, 2006

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Richard Gagnon

I myself would go for a nice off-dry riesling with crab, but if your heart is set on red, any Cote du Rhone will be fine.

gigi

Hi, love the blog. This may be a remedial question, but I've yet to find anyone really addressing it: what are your suggestions for a tasty crab/red wine pairing? Cote du Rhone?

Thanks!

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