While margaritas and cervezas are often the beverages of choice with Mexican food, sometimes a little Merlot matches seamlessly with classic Mexican fare.
It’s not often that you wake up in wine country to the smell of smoke and ash mixed with the morning dew. Except it’s not in the recently charred Napa Valley, this is the Granite Belt of Australia.
It’s not often that you meet a handsome, young man from Abruzzo who woos you into buying all his wine. In addition to Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, the region has some very unique wine varietals.
Before you spend precious time prepping vegetable skewers, consider these 3 vegan options at your next BBQ. They pair quite nicely with Crianza Rioja wine too.
The crème de la crème of Prosecco comes from a steep hillside within the Valdobbiadene region of Italy known as Cartizze. There are just a few challenges to pairing this bubbly sparkler with food.
The beauty of French cheese is you can eat it by itself and not feel guilty for cooking little else. You do need to drink something though with all that creaminess, so why not try these 3 alcohol pairings?
Sometimes you hear wine pairing advice from “experts,” and you try to follow it. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t as is the case with this South African Chenin Blanc.
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.
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.
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.