Cards of Wine

Wine Pairing
Oysters

Oysters

Our Best Wine Pairing Suggestions:

Muscadet (France)
Chablis (France)
Pinot Grigio (Italy)
Sancerre (France)
Albariño (Spain)


Other Excellent Alternatives:

Champagne (France)
Prosecco (Italy)
Cava (Spain)
Sekt (Germany)

Description

Oysters are amazing decadent with their taste of ocean and heavenly creaminess. If you get the wine pairing wrong, the flavors will be be gone, or the wine will taste metallic.

The unoaked flinty mineral nature of Chablis is a perfect match.

Pinot Grigio (Italy) with a crisp lemon acitity (opposite to French Pinot Gris) also pairs well.

Muscadet (France) is an exceptional low cost alternative to Chablis.

Sancerre (France) is a special flinty and spicy type of Savignon Blanc.

Albariño (Spain) has a delicious fresh acidity that pairs well with rich, salty, oily, fatty, and spicy food.

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