No need to stick to your go-to house red for grilling all-stars. Shake it up with these varieties for tastier matches
Photo by Thomas J. Story
Pair with: Dry rosé. Its crisp acidity and bright red fruit hold up to the heat and sweet tang of the sauce.
Our pick: Quivira 2009 Wine Creek Ranch Grenache Rosé (Dry Creek Valley; $15). Bone-dry and tart, with rhubarb and lime spiced with cinnamon
Get the recipe: Spicy Ginger BBQ Sauce