Get inspired by these everyday food and wine pairings. For example, love chicken tacos? Try them with white Vinho Verde wine!
A wine that makes food taste better.
A wine that tastes best when drunk on its own
You already know cocktail wines. They are the quintessential “100-point” wine. A drink-your-dinner wine. Something that’s so insanely complex and complete that food would just sour the experience.
But we can’t survive on wine alone, even if it sounds like a good idea. Fortunately, there is a whole class of wines out there–the food wines–that are designed for this purpose. Food wines are rapidly growing in popularity. Not only are they affordable, but they will make things taste better.
- Chicken Tacos and Vinho Verde
- Cheesy Puffs and Chenin Blanc
- French Fries and Sparkling Wine
- Buffalo wings and Lambrusco Dolce
- Fried Chicken and Moscato
- Fish and Chips (England Style w/ Tartar Sauce and Mushy Peas) and Chilled Sercial Madeira
- Red Bean Chili and Cava
- A BLT Sandwich and White Zinfandel
- Meatball Sandwiches and Carménère
- Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Petite Sirah
- Lamb Gyros and Nebbiolo
- Chicken Salad and Grüner Veltliner
- Carmelized Onion and Mushroom Quiche and Chardonnay
- Veggie Macro Bowl and Vermentino
- Steamed Pork Dumplings and Gewürztraminer
- Moo Sho Pork and Riesling
- Vietnamese Fresh Rolls and Furmint
- Sushi and Muscadet
- Asian Barbecue and Red Zinfandel
- Beef Brisket and Red Bordeaux
By Madeline Puckette
I’m a certified wine geek with a passion for meeting people, travel, and delicious food. You often find me crawling around dank cellars or frolicking through vineyards. Find her at@WineFolly