Food & Wine Pairing Tool

Looking for the perfect wine to go with dinner? Want to find out which dish would complement that new wine you received as a gift? Our simple tool removes the guesswork. Select your wine to begin.

Cabernet Sauvignon

An elegant wine with a dry, soft and well-balanced taste and a bouquet of black cherry, plum and subtle herbs.

Chianti

A wine with an intense violet aroma and a fresh, slightly spice, taste of black cherry, plum and raspberry.

Merlot

Complex and fruity, this full flavored dry wine has hints of cherries, plums and raspberries.

Sangiovese

An easy to drink dry wine with a straightforward, spicy-fruity flavor.

Pinot Noir

A delicate, fresh and extremely versatile wine with earthy, cherry flavors.

Zinfandel

A heady full-bodied wine with berry overtones accentuated by hints of spice and pepper.

Beaujolais Nouveu

An extremely light, fruity red wine which tends to be quite refreshing with lots of fruity aromas.

Shiraz / Syrah

These varieties are known for their aromas and flavors of blackcurrant with overtones of black pepper spice. Syrah has a more subtle cherry, fruity flavor whereas Australian Shirazs tend to be a bit on the peppery side.

Pinot Grigio

A generous summer fresh wine tasting of peaches, limes, melons and pears.

Chardonnay

A rich, stylish wine with a light to medium texture and a dry, refreshingly smooth finish.

Soave

A soft, fruity, clean wine with crisp lemon flavors. Delicious!

Sauvignon Blanc

A light, dry, crisp and refreshing highly aromatic white wine with herbal characteristics.

Riesling

Riesling is a fresh, light-bodied, often slightly sweet wine with a flavor of apple, peach, pear or apricot with a crisp back.

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