A beaujolais Villages red with an orange dessert!

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Here's a food and wine pairing that will surprise some people: an orange and chocolate dessert paired with a red wine, but not just any red wine: a Beaujolais Villages red.

One of the many food and wine pairing suggestions on the beaujolais.com website.

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