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Greek Salad

Greek Salad

Pairing Suggestions

Assyrtico (Greece)
Sauvignon Blanc (World)
Rueda (Spain)

Other Excellent Alternatives

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


Greek Salad contains feta, olives, onions, tomatoes, and vinegar, and it should be paired with a wine of a similar sharpness.

We suggest Assyrtiko because it is Greek, and because has a crisp acitity.

Try also a crisp Sauvignon Blanc. The herbal side complements the olives, oregano, and garlic, while the zesty citrus embraces the tomatoes.

Pairing Wine and Acid

Pairing wine with salads can be a challenge.

Salad dressings are mostly vinegar-based with high acidity.

Always remember to pair Acidity with Acidity.

Low acidity wines will drown in the salad. Avoid them.

Tannic reds will taste sour next to anything bright and acidic. Avoid them.

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Food and Wine Pairing

Food and wine pairing is highly dependent on both the taste components in the food and the taste components in the wine.

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