Nachos is a dish from northern Mexico.
It consists of heated tortilla chips covered with meat and melted cheese.
The strong flavors of Nachos can break the shades of a delicate wine. Do not waste your money on an expensive wine.
Mexican food is an explosion of taste, often with a lot of chili. If the wine is too light, it will disappear behind the food.
Our suggestion is to go for a white wine with mature tropical fruit.
Red tannins can be an enemy to spicy food. Go for fruity reds with round tannins.
Fish Nachos: Sauvignon Blanc, Vermentino, Albariño, Pecorino, Soave.
Beef Nachos: Malbec, Tempranillo, Primitivo, Zinfandel, Merlot.
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