Wine Food Pairing Charleston SC

Looking for Wine Food Pairing in Charleston? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Charleston that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Wine Food Pairing in Charleston.

Redleg Winery, Llc
32C North Market St
Charleston, SC

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Irvin-House Vineyardsÿ
6775 Bears Bluff Road
Wadmalaw Island, SC

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Chai's Lounge &Tapas
(843) 722-7313
462 King St
Charleston, SC
 
Charleston Beer Exchange
(843) 577-5446
14 Exchange Street
Charleston, SC
 
TBonz Gill & Grill
(843) 577-2511
80 N. Market Street
Charleston, SC
 
Irvin-House Vineyards
(843) 559-6867
6775 Bears Bluff Rd.
Wadmalaw Island, SC
 
Closed For Business
(843) 853-8466
453 King Street
Charleston, SC
 
Charleston Beer Works
(843) 577-5885
468 King St.
Charleston, SC
 
Blind Tiger
(843) 577-0088
38 Broad St
Charleston, SC
 
H & H Liquors
(843) 852-0091
1200 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard
Charleston, SC
 
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Wine food pairing: Holiday wine pairing

Serve the perfect wines to complement different courses or simply one wine for the main dish at your holiday gathering.

Here is a wonderful pairing chart that features both red and white wines and the elegant holiday foods with which they go perfectly.

The chart, adapted from Lunds and Byerly's , a retail and catering company in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota , is a great starting point.

For specific suggestions of wines at different price points, see the Perfect Party Picklist offered by wine.com .

Type of wine

Main dish pairing

Pinot Noir (red)

Turkey, lamb, duck, salmon, swordfish, tuna, or scallops.

Chardonnay (white)

Turkey, veal, crab, lobster, swordfish, tuna, scallops, or shrimp.

Dry Riesling (white)

Turkey, seared sea scallops, grilled shrimp, pork, or crab.

Gewurztraminer (white)

Turkey, pork roast, ham, scallops, crab, or salmon

Zinfandel (red)

Turkey, duck, pasta, or pork spareribs.

Rosé (pink)

Ham, duck, oysters, or raw clams.

Sauvignon Blanc (white)

Crab, swordfish, salmon, scallops, tuna, or shrimp.

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