Wine 101: How To Pair Wine And Food

Wine 101: How To Pair Wine And Food
Need to know what wine goes best with asparagus? Or when to serve a Pinot Noir? Wine expert Rebecca Chapa suggests the best possible combinations.

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Wine 101: How to Pair Wine and Food

Starring: Rebecca Chapa

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5 comments

  1. dellicj says:

    i still don’t get it. I don’t drink wine, I tried a few today ( chardonnay, pinot grigio, and riesling) They all tasted nasty to me, unfortuneately i have to be able to suggest these wines to ppl ordering food (just started working at Olive Garden) Anywhoo, I don’t understand the whole Full Bodied, Sweet to Dry deal, so yeah this is gonna suck lol

  2. Sonofrome says:

    Good basic info, but it ultimately comes down to taste.

    And I agree, the way a seafood or lighter meat dish is prepared can allow for delicious pairings with bigger American reds such as zins, cabs, etc. or Italian primitivo and rosso blends.

  3. Michelle Weaver says:

    I am making canapes with semi-dried persimmon (I am using frozen persimmon that I found at a specialty store) brie and arugula. My inclination is to go toward a sancerre but I’m wondering if you have other suggestions?

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