Pair this PA wine with hearty main dishes like seared steak or pasta with red sauce. The acidity and lightness also make a lovely counterpart to soft cheeses such as camembert and brie. Lastly, a classic Chambourcin mate is chocolate,
Chambourcin is a relatively new grape — it was commercialized in 1963 — but this French-American hybrid has taken off thanks to its vibrant red color and supple mouthfeel. It is a teinturier, meaning it has red-tinged juice (most red grapes produce clear liquid, with the color coming from the skins).