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Eat This, Drink That! A Guide to Food and Wine Pairings

EAT THIS, DRINK THAT! A GUIDE TO FOOD AND WINE PAIRINGS THE The The Why It's Dish Details Wine a Match FILET MIGNON • Merlot • The most tender cut of beef • Flavorful wines balance the full flavor of the beef • Pan-seared with wholegrain mustard sauce • Malbec • Cabernet Sauvignon • Tannins in the wine balance the fat of the beef NEW YORK STRIP • Wines with a bit of spice balance the richness of the dish • Cut from the · Bordeaux short loin • Grilled over charcoal and topped with herb craisin butter • Shiraz Berry accents complement the slightly sweet butter • Zinfandel PORK CHOP .Pan-seared • Light but interesting wines match pork's mild flavor · Beaujolais • Topped with caramelized Granny Smith apples • Sauvignon Blanc • Pork chops go best with simple wines ROASTED DUCK • Slow roasted for juicy tenderness • Light and fruity red wines go well with the rich flavor of duck • Pinot Noir • Finished with a plum demi-glaze · Burgundy Sweetness of the plum sauce shoul be matched by the wine CHICKEN ROULADE • Stuffed boneless chicken breast with . White Burgundy • Rich, buttery chardonnay goes well with cream sauces spinach, roasted red pepper and gorgonzola • Chardonnay • Full-bodied wines stand up to the rich • Topped with caramelized leek & shallot cream sauce cream sauce МАНI • Pan-seared • Sauvignon Blanc • Light, citrus flavored fish needs a similar wine • Topped with sundried tomato pesto and a toasted citrus crust • Vinho Verde • Wines with an acidic finish complement the fish GRILLED SALMON FILET • Char-grilled to flaky perfection • More developed wines go with the distinct flavor of salmon • Pinot Noir • Topped with diced tomato bruschetta and a balsamic glaze • Chardonnay • Wines should be light but full-bodied • Pinot Gris INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY: 310 Restaurants NEW AMERICAN CUISINE Sourcesi board.html

Eat This, Drink That! A Guide to Food and Wine Pairings

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The star ingredient of a dish should not be your only consideration when choosing a wine to go with it. You also need to take the other flavors of the dish into account. Learn more about wine pairings...


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