Looking for a semi-dry, red wine? Dechaunac is neither too fruity nor too dry. It’s reminiscent of a light-bodied Pinot Noir, but the Dechaunac grape grows better than Pinot does in our Western Pennsylvania climate and shorter growing season.
The color is light and taste is crisp on the palate. It has a long, pleasant finish. It’s considered well balanced, with only mild tannins, which produce dryness.
Because it is not at either extreme of the sweetness scale, Dechaunac pairs well with most foods, from meats to pasta to chicken. Oh, yes, and don’t forget pizza.