No dinner parties will ever be completed without a bottle of wine. However, which one should you choose? This comprehensive wine pairing guide will help you prepare the best wine that will indeed pair well with the prepared dish.
This wine is best when you’re serving oysters, pesto, briny-heavy sauces, fish like halibut, green vegetables like asparagus, and goat cheese. It is still diverse with dish pairing but not as much as Pinot Noir.
This wine is best for veal, pork roast, grilled beef, Caesar salad with chicken, meatloaf, roast turkey, pates, and cheesy gratins. Although it’s not widely produced as much as the rest, the fruity, light aroma is still a great wine pair for most dinner dishes.
This wine pairs well with a wide variety of dishes, including tuna, filet mignon, brie, camembert, other creamy cheese recipes, and other dishes that don’t involve heavy sauces or barbecues. It’s a great pallet cleanser for any Mediterranean-inspired dishes as well.
This wine is best with light desserts, mild cheeses, dishes with tandoori spices, and most fish cuisine as it is produced from a particular grape variety.