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!
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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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