Some chefs make the sommelier's job hard. Bold, complex or contrasting flavors can confound wine matching. Douglas Keane, chef and co-owner of Cyrus in Healdsburg, Calif., is one such chef. In this case, he calls for a Scheurebe with generous and slightly citrusy acid, but also some spiciness to bridge to the dish.
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