Pairing wine with food is not very difficult
|If Food Tastes||Solution|
|Sweet: the wine results dry, bitter and acidic, and less sweet and fruity||Choose a sweeter wine:
Moscato d'Asti. Dessert wine.
|Umami: the wine results dry and acidic, and less sweet and fruity||Choose a fruity red or a mineral white:
Pinot Noir. Riesling.
|Salty: the wine results fruity and bodied, less dry and acidic.||Choose an acidic white wine:
Champagne. Chardonnay. Sauvignon Blanc.
|Acidic: the wine results sweet and fruity, less dry and acidic||Choose a wine with more acidity:
Chardonnay. Pinot Noir.
|Fatty/Oily: the wine results less acidic||Choose a more acidic wine:
Champagne. Pinot Noir.
|Spicy (Chili): the wine results hot and alcoholic||Choose an off-dry wine:
Pinot Gris. Riesling.
|Strong Flavored: the wine can be overwhelmed||Choose a bolder wine:
Barolo. Red Bordeaux.
|Prosecco||Prosciutto and Melon|
|Cabernet Sauvignon||Juicy Red Meat|
|Malbec||BBQ. Grilled Meat, Potatoes and Vegetables.|
|Sangiovese||Tomato based Pizza|
|Chianti||Tomato based Spaghetti|
|Oaked Chardonnay||Creamy Fish Dishes|
|Pinot Grigio||Grilled White Fish|
|Zinfandel||Chips and Salty Snacks|
|Moscato d'Asti||Mexican Food|