So here we move onto beefy items, starting with the most compact burger, the BK Double Stacker, which had two beef patties in a small, if bready, bun. This actually had some decent beef flavor. Though the bacon on the sandwich was visible, it sadly added very little in terms of flavor.
The only wine to really be a dud here was the Zinfandel, thin and hot. The Rene Barbier's acid was a welcome relief, though the wine didn't really add much to the pairing, much like the Pinot Noir.
Another pairing with triple winners, surprisingly, two of the white wines. The Wolftrap really showed nice balacne here with acid, wood, spice and fruit all coming into harmony when paired with the burger. The Eberle Chardonnay was less successful for me, but it still stood up to the burger and showed some assertive fruit on the finsih. The Stump Jump was a great pairing, turning more red fruited and exhibiting enough acidity and jammy fruit to handle this burger with ease!