Summer is coming, it's almost time for fire-up the barbecue! Looking for wines that perfectly match your food? Here are some of the choices!
Pork chops & Pinot Noir
Pork chops often go well with both red and white wine, but red wine wins out with a dry rub on the grill. A medium-bodied Pinot Noir has a little bit of everything that pork chops need in terms of flavor, combining lush New World cherry cola-esque fruit with Old World-like earth.
Grilled Tofu & Champagne
Tofu can be an ideal alternatives for vegetarians during gatherings. Champagne's bubbles contrast nicely with tofu's texture, and its tart citrus flavors and concentrated acidity make it versatile enough to pair with almost any flavors.
Grilled Corn & Chardonnay
Chardonnay aged in steel or old oak is a perfect match for sweet, salty, buttery grilled corn, which needs a wine that will compliment meanwhile will not overwhelm its flavors. Malolactic fermentation is still used in most unoaked Chardonnays, giving it a creamy, buttery texture without the vanilla and baking spice flavors that would overpower the corn.