We're having a small dinner where I'll be more or less the only wine drinker. So my agenda is something on the light side that will stand up to food without requiring conversation. We'll see about the weather, but my best choices along this line have generally been Cru Beaujolais or German Riesling. I never did get organized enough to have my 2009 Beaujolais shipped in time this year, so going red would require trolling about the 2003s that are still left. Some of the Moulin-a-Vents will likely be holding in-- I loved the Julienas from that year but they're getting a little uneven. Alternatively, I may open the first bottle of Egon Muller's Scharzhofberger Kabinett (2005). Low in alcohol, eminently sippable (I would guess), and won't get pushed around by any of the rich food. What will y'all be serving?