Pork

Pork Schnitzel & Wine Pairing

Classic German and Austrian white wines like Grüner Veltliner, Riesling and Gewürztraminer are our top picks for Pork Schnitzel, but Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc are at home with this breaded pork cutlet.  As for red wine, a fruity Pinot Noir (or Blauburgunder as it's known in Austria) or a Beaujolais are delicious with Schnitzel. [...]

2020-10-05T23:01:41+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Pork Tenderloin & Wine Pairing

Pork Tenderloin is the most subtle portion of the pig, in that the flavours are not strong, nor do they have the porky essence that bacon or pork chops have.  White wines with a touch of juiciness, such as Riesling, Chardonnay, or Pinot Blanc, work fantastic.  For reds, you want plush and juicy red [...]

2020-07-18T17:01:35+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Roast Pork & Wine Pairing

Pig Roasts draw a huge crowd where the slow-roasted pork is the main event, where the socializing, music and wine create an experience you'll never forget. Roasted on a spit turning over a carefully controlled fire for hours upon hours, you are left with some of the juiciest meat imaginable. This is why we've [...]

2020-07-25T13:42:13+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Bacon & Wine Pairing

Bacon has a reputation as a 'heart attack' food, but if you are enjoying it in moderation, there's no reason not to deprive yourself of this lovely meat. One way to make Bacon even more enjoyable is to add a glass of wine with your meal. Best Wines with Bacon Pinot Noir Off-Dry Riesling [...]

2020-06-26T11:24:30+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Sausage & Wine Pairing

Sausage is one of those foods that has so many variations. It may be stuffed with beef, pork, turkey, venison, or heck it may even be a vegan sausage. Plus you have the spicy Italian versions, your 'everything but the squeal' hotdogs, and Bratwurst sausages you cover with mustard and sauerkraut. Plus, Sausages can [...]

2020-07-08T13:37:26+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Pulled Pork & Wine Pairing

Pulled pork is commonly made from the pork shoulder, which is fatty and full of connective tissue. As such, it's a rather inexpensive cut of pork as it requires a long cooking time to break down the connective tissue. As such, pulled pork is often slow-cooked for hours in a smoker, until the meat [...]

2020-10-11T17:01:20+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Pork Chops & Wine Pairing

Nothing is better than a thick juicy pork chop on your dinner plate, except of course a glass of wine or beer to accompany it. Since pork chops are a neutral meat, we highly recommend wines that elevate the dish further, which are Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Torrontés, Altbier (Beer) and Chardonnay. For this pairing [...]

2020-07-25T13:44:03+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|

Ham & Wine Pairings

Ham is a cured meat that is sweet, salty, and rich. Vibrant white wines like Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay are enhanced by the saltiness of Ham, while providing a tropical citrus tang to refresh your tastebuds against the meat. Meanwhile, acidic and lighter reds like Pinot Noir, Beaujolais, and Zinfandel bring a lot [...]

2020-09-30T16:39:19+00:00Food Pairings, Pork|