DUCK A LA ORANGE / 2012 SINGLE VINEYARD GRENACHE
Boned whole duck stuffed with caramelized onions and pine nuts. Roasted and glazed with a orange sauce finished with Grand Marnier liquor.
Grenache matches with duck perfectly. I have been cooking duck this way for years as I hated fighting with the bones. It does take some time but the end result is worth it.
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