I've been elected to bring wine to Easter dinner at my in-laws. Each year, they make a ham with a sweet glaze, and usually several side dishes that typically pair well with an off-dry white. In the past I have brought German rieslings and new world Gewurztraminers.
This year, with hardly any white wines at all in my cellar but lots of reds that need drinking, I really want to bring a red. Trouble is my in-laws don't like pinot noir, nor gamay. I have no roses.
I was thinking that a 2004 Chapoutier La Bernardine Chateauneuf du Pape would be a brave pairing. Or maybe 2007 Luca Syrah from Argentina?