I know nothing and I am pressed for time. Oh and I am in PA which has limits on sources so looking for TYPE plus major label recommendations. Thanks!
You could serve an exotic European beer, Belgian if you can. (not the usual Hienekin, Tuborg, etc.) For wine a lighter red like a merlot, chianti, or Shiraz would be nice. Look for McLaren Vale (valley) from Australia; and Italy for the chianti . Low price will indicate a cheaper tasting wine so think about spending a couple dollars more.
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