Pair with: Caviar• Smoked salmon • Cheeses • Fish and shellfish • Cream sauces • Potpies, savory turnovers • Asian dishes of all kinds • Sausages ― especially poultry, pork, and Polish • Tangy, fruity condiments • Salty foods • Deep-fried foods • Potato chips • Popcorn
Pair with: Sweet shellfish * White-fleshed fish ― halibut, black cod (sablefish), sturgeon, mahimahi, tilapia * Chicken and turkey * Pork * Veal * Legumes * Winter squash * CornNuts *Risotto and pasta *Cream and butter sauces * Mild Caribbean dishes with tropical fruit flavors
Find your style: Dry rosés made from Pinot Noir (often called vin gris) have delicate red fruit and warm spices; those from Syrah and Grenache (traditional in France) come with wilder berries and herbs; rosés made from Merlot are darker and heavier."
Pair with:Fish and seafood * Chicken and turkey * Pork * Spicy or garlicky dishes * Sandwiches, picnic fare * Thanksgiving dinner * Southwest flavors * Chinese food * Indian food * Cheese
Pair with: Richer fish ― tuna, salmon• Shellfish• Chicken• Pasta• Fresh herbs• Simple but rich sauces• Mild Asian dishes• Coconut milk–based curries• Some cheeses ― Grùyére
Pair with: Shellfish • Pork • Ham • Salads and vegetables • Egg dishes • Sausages, salumi, and charcouterie ― especially cured pork products • Barbecue • Asian dishes ― Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese (sushi!), Indian• Southwestern foods.