Well the wine should actually be a compliment to the meal and the flavours should go together so that the wine brings out the taste of the food and vise versa. To help with this it is good to first ask asistance from the store and feel free to experiment .
I have selected a few wine sites that could help
whick wine with fish?
which wine with chicken? which wine with meat?
I hope this helps in narrowing down your choices
My quick answer would be ... champagne of course! Don't be put off thinking "expensive". There are many less expensive sparkling wines available. I am thinking specifically of a German import called Schloss Bieberich available at Trader Joe's if you are in California (google it for availability elsewhere). At 4.99 it could be your answer for that perfect wedding toast! But if you are determined to serve wine only then I would recommend you go half red and half white... with a lovely chardonnay for those white wine drinkers and a pinot noir or the everpopular merlot for those red wine lovers. If you keep the wine light and fruity it will accommodate most dishes and be sure to please your guests. If you want more suggestions for wine choices please check out the selections at my site http://www.winetasterschoice.com We make selecting and ordering our special wines simple and fun. Enjoy!
by davidkaluge 6 years ago
We have heard about the miracle where Jesus turned water to wine. People seem not to understand the type of wine that was made. Some said it was alcohol while some claim it was non-alcohol like fruit wine. I think a knowledge of the wine invoke at that time can give us an idea. Those that oppose...
by Salty Tanned 8 years ago
Would you buy an expensive wine if it had a scew cap bottle?Cork is being replaced but many are refractory to this change. Would you consider a $500 bottle of Mouton Rothshild if it had a screw cap?
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