Pairing Guide

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The pairing the right wine to a meal is an art that heightens the dining experience. The most unbeatable pairings are those that enhance the flavors of both the food and the wine. Our pairing guide can be used as guardrails as you discovering combinations of food and wine that taste good to you. Wine is a cultural experience that is supposed to be enjoyable - there is a lot to learn, and you can have fun doing it!

Appetizers

Appetizers

Opening the right bottle of wine with your favorite treat can be a harmonious match and start to a memorable meal.

Cheese

Cheese

Wine and cheese is a classic pairing for a reason. We recommend pairing based on the balance of saltiness and sweetness in the cheese.

Vegetables

Vegetables

The type of vegetable should drive the pairing. A light-white will pair nicely with green vegetables, while red wines are a better match for mushrooms.

Meat

Meat

From light-bodied, delicate white wines to full-bodied tannic reds, an appropriate wine pairing with your main protein can bring elevate your dining experience to a new level.

Desserts & Sweets

Desserts & Sweets

Sweet foods match up with rich, fruitier wines. The perfect pairing will depending on the type of dessert - sweet, fruity, or chocolaty.

Wines Picks

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Cabernet Sauvignon
North Coast, California
$21.99
Sauvignon Blanc
New Zealand
$16.99
Sangiovese
Tuscany, Italy
$37.99
Red Blend
Tuscany, Italy
$18.99
Rosé Blend
Rhone Valley, France
$16.99
Syrah/Shiraz
Sonoma County, California
$49.99