Wine Food Pairing Grants Pass OR

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

Troon Vineyards
(541) 846-6562
1475 Kubli Road
Grants Pass, OR
Wooldridge Creek Winery
(541) 846-6364
818 Slagle Creek Rd
Grants Pass, OR
Cliff Creek Winery
1019 Mcdonough Rd
Gold Hill, OR

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Liquor Stores
(541) 476-1844
1638 Williams Highway
Grants Pass, OR
Stone Wolf Vinyards Inc
(503) 434-9025
2155 Northeast Lafayette Ave
Mcminnville, OR
Applegate Red Winery
222 Missouri Flat Rd
Grants Pass, OR

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Academy Winery
(541) 846-6817
18200 Highway 238
Grants Pass, OR

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Wild River Pub And Publick House
(541) 474-4456
533 Northeast
Grants Pass, OR
Liquor Stores
(541) 582-3260
502 East Main Street
Rogue River, OR
18215 Ne Calkins Ln
Newbrg, OR

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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 .

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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