A nice glass of wine is perfect for every dinner parties.
Chateu Ste Michelle Dry Riesling
This refreshing and zesty wine is more comfortable to pair with food. Remember to look for the yellow label, not the white. This wine sells more than the off-dry version of the Washington state Riesling.
Paul Blanck Pinot Blanc d’Alsace
Alsace is in the far north-eastern part of France. This white wine is farmed without chemicals that make the wine more appealing. The food that goes well with this wine shellfish, cured meat, mild and soft cheese, and rich fish.
This bottle of wine is made up of locally harvested Friulano grape. It has an excellent nectarine, citrus hints and mid-palate richness, that leave an aromatic smell of peppery spice. It goes well with pasta, lean fish, shellfish, matured and hard cheese, and cured meat.
Chardonnay is the most famous white wine here on earth. It is the best option to start your white wine journey. The wine has rich vanilla flavours and a luscious, rich, and mouthfeel wood ageing that complements with a steak. Other oaked wines include white Bordeaux, Gruner Veltliner, and Viognier.
This is a wine born in France but found its new home in New Zealand. The New Zealand wine version has the most taste of the people. It has a smell of fresh-cut grass and has a nice zip as refreshing as a glass of lemonade. If you like the Sauvignon Blanc, Vermentino or Verdicchio from Italy or Argentina is your next stop on the white wine journey.
Fontanafredda Briccotondo Barbera
The highlight of this wine is its berry-bright and light smoky Barbera. Barbera is a grape full of colour and flavour, but with slight astringent tannins. It complements with pasta, veal, pork, and poultry.
Terres Dorées Beaujolais I’Ancien Vielles Vignes
This wine is the definition of good Beaujolais. It is moderate in tannins and alcohol, but it is still overflowing with flavour. A good Beaujolais can pair with anything, from fish to steak and pasta.
Marchesi di Grésy Dolcetto d’Alba Monte Aribaldo
This wine is an earthy rendition of a classic wine. The Dolcetto produces deeply coloured berries with soft tannins and good acidity. This Northern Italy Red Wine can be paired with beef, lamb, game (deer, venison), and pasta.
If you are planning for a casual dinner party, this Argentinian wine is the best option. Malbec is paired with grilled steak. It is the right choice if you are planning to feed your guests with a barbecue. This wine has mellower tannins than its French counterpart.
Meiomi Pinot Noir
The Pinot Noir has a reputation of being finicky and difficult grape to cultivate. This wine reflects its place of origin. It is well paired with beef, veal, game (deer, venison), or poultry.
This wine is perfect if you tend to have an Italian theme party. This Southern Italy Red wine paired with dishes that feature meat sauces. It can also be paired with high-end pizza.
Dinner is not complete without a bottle of wine. There are tons of wine option to choose with which better complements your featured dishes whether it is a casual or formal dinner party.