Wine Pairings For Fall Dishes
Best Wine Pairings for Fall Dishes
Everyone looks forward to enjoying savory comfort foods in the fall. Take your favorite fall foods to the next level by pairing them with a wine that will elevate the flavor of your meal.
Chardonnay is versatile wine. With rich, buttery flavors and some acidity, it pairs beautifully with roasted chicken, pan-fried salmon, mashed potatoes, and grilled veggies.
PINOT NOIR PAIRINGS
A Thanksgiving meal isn’t complete without a great Pinot Noir. With notes of black cherry, raspberry, tobacco, and back tea, this flavorful yet relatively lighter red can pair great with almost any fall dish, especially roasted Turkey, sautéed mushrooms, and roasted pork loin.
Rosé compromises between the extremes of red and white — less intense than a big, tannic, mouth-busting red, but with more depth than a super-light white. And it covers a range of flavor – light and fruity, to spicier and darker. That’s why rosé can be paired with all kinds of food! Try rosé with a grilled corn and asparagus salad, warm baked brie, and cranberry cheesecake is even more delicious with a sparkling rosé.
CABERNET SAUVIGNON PAIRINGS
It’s no surprise that Cabernet Sauvignon is a favorite in the food world. Its bold flavor and dark fruit notes truly enhance the flavors of hearty dishes. We recommend pairing it with braised beef short rib (or any beef dish), sausage pizza, and charcuterie and cheese board.
Whatever your craving may be, we have the perfect wine pairing for your favorite fall dishes.