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Promoted item:10" PLASTIC TEST JAR - Hydrometer Test Tube - Great for Beer & Wine Making

10" PLASTIC TEST JAR - Hydrometer Test Tube - Great for Beer & Wine Making

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About Wine

Wine varietals are great pairings with food of all flavors and one can find a wine to pair with almost any meal. Even desserts have a complimentary wine. You just need to follow a few simple standards when choosing what wine to pair with your meal.Pairing wines can be tricky. Typically, you want a dry white wine like a Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc or Voignier to go with light appetizers and seafood. It's also the perfect wine for a hot summer evening. If you're serving meat, lamb or game, the richer red wines are the standard pairing (varietals like Cabernet, Bordeaux, Merlot, or Zinfandel fit this description). If you are having pork or poultry try a lighter red wine, like a Pinot Noir, Syrah or Chianti. Everyone seems to have a favorite varietal of wine. If you are just learning about wine and the flavors that complement foods, you should taste a few or take a wine tasting class to find out more about your own personal palate. Wine is shared with friends and family across the world and produced in countries like Spain, France, the United States, Argentina, Italy and Australia, to name a few.