It’s fun, fizzy, and frolicky. When it comes to pairing food with Lambrusco, the rule is don’t overthink it. Just drink it before it falls flat with these “fast” foods.
Wine 101 and Wine Pairing Ideas
Wine with Asian food doesn't have to be a mystery. Learn what pairs amazingly well together and what food and wine is better left separate but equal.
The academy award for the prettiest bottle of rosé must go to Gerard Bertrand. Looks aside, it is a pleasantly drinkable, affordable, and easily matchable with food.
What wine do you pair with Indian food? An orange wine will match the food not just in color but taste too.
Do you always have to pair Chablis with oysters? Well yes and no…find out why and what Japanese foods match with this flinty, French white wine from Burgundy.
Auxerrois is one of those unusual wine varietals you may never see in a lifetime…and the Josmeyer Alsace Dream makes it even more unusual, since it is biodynamic and organic.
The world’s best sparkling mead contains just 3 ingredients with no extra additives, so you can drink the night away without a big hangover the next day.
Pepper Steak may have finally found her match in this bad boy from the wild west of wine. The Cabernet Franc from the J. Bookwalter winery has guns and a knife that cuts the steak just fine.
How do you relax? Find out how to relax your mussels and muscles with Bodega Garzon Albarino and the new travel destination known as agritourism.
WARNING: This French biodynamic wine post is crabby in every sense of the word. Stay away if you prefer rainbows and perpetual sunshine.
If you had $1 for every time someone told you to pair Riesling with Asian food, would you be…retired? No doubt the two work well together, but why?
Finally. Someone made a wine that tastes like bacon fat. Actually, a whole wine region did, and it’s located in the good ol’ USA. God bless America.
When you think of American cabernet sauvignon, does Napa Valley come to mind? These 8 Red Mountain wineries in the state of Washington may beg to differ.
Make your sparkling wine pairings ever more effervescent with these four Gloria Ferrer wines paired with four easy to make finger foods.
Sushi and sashimi, slices of raw, fresh fish, are typically paired with sake. Is there a wine that could do just as well?
These padron peppers makes a nice bar snack, if you happen to need one, or a short-term interim solution to keep hungry guests at bay. Ready in 15 minutes or less.
Korean melons, pronounced “chamoe” in Korean, are a unique fruit precisely for their crispiness, quite unlike any other melon.
Thai fried pork rinds are perfectly crunchy over a bowl of hot chili studded with beans and spicy peppers. Rather than a traditional Thai chili pepper dip, they are paired here with a can of cool Japanese beer.
You don’t need to go all the way to the bar. Just open a pack of dried squid and drink that sake at home.
ServWhat do you do with those soft, squishy Hachiya persimmons? Besides eating them plain, you could try this simple recipe the next time you need an orange appetizer or snack.