Serving Wine?Try a Pinot Noir. A great summer red, it’s light and easy to drink yet acidic enough to stand up to the richness of red meat.Hosting a summer get-together? Check out Real Simple’s summer party ideas for help with decorations, invitations, themes, and more.
Serving Wine?Try a Grüner Veltliner. Crisp and refreshing, this newly popular Austrian white pairs well with grilled vegetables. (A Sauvignon Blanc will also work.)
Serving Wine?Try a dry Riesling. (Look for a German one marked “trocken,” which means “dry.”) This versatile white has a subtle bite that cuts the fattiness of the fish.