Dec 12 2009

What Wine Goes with Pork

Published by at 7:12 pm under Red Wine,White Wine,Wine and Food

Pork is a tasty dinner, but if you haven’t tried eating it with a bottle of wine, then you are in for a nice treat.

When choosing a bottle for pork, most people stick with a red wine although pork is technically a “white” meat. If you are looking for the number one vino you can pair with pork, you can’t go wrong with a rich burgundy.

Aside from burgundy, you have many options depending on the type of pork. If you are having roast pork, you should try a Beaujolais. Make sure not to limit yourself to one wine. You can be adventurous and try some whites with pork roast too. Try a white Semillion or even a Sauvignon Blanc.

If your pork dish is sausage, you should try a Cabernet Sauvingnon.

For ham, you should again try a Beaujolais but don’t be afraid to also try a Vouvray or Riesling.

For pork chops, you should try a Chardonnay or Sauvignon Blanc and of course you can’t go wrong with a Beaujolais.

Those are the main pork dishes and you should be able to match a tasty vino with each of them. Use your new knowledge to impress your friends and family.

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