Pairing wine with seafood doesn't have to be a challenge. Try these can't-miss matches and smart suggestions for effortless—and delicious—sipping and serving.
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We love: Anderson’s Conn Valley Vineyards Chardonnay (about $45)
Oysters and white wine are perennial best friends, but the assertive flavors of celery and smoky Virginia ham here call for no shrinking violet. A full-bodied white, such as a big, round Chardonnay or dry white Burgundy, is your best bet for amplifying all of the bold ingredients in this savory presentation.
Other can’t-miss matches: white Burgundy