What wine goes well with Lancashire Hotpot?
Lancashire hotpot, which is a light meat dish, is ideally
enjoyed with a lightly oaked white wine from Italy or the
south-west of France.
An Italian Chardonnay will pair very nicely with this meal. Otherwise any similar dry white wine from South-West of France will also pair very nicely.
Usually, cheese goes well with wine. That's stereotypical though, there are other food items that can go well with wine as well. It depends what wine you're talking about.
red wine goes quit well but if you want a sweet taste then white is best
Almost any wine goes well with a sweet wine. Experiment and you will find which you prefer.....it's very enjoyable research!
a full bodied red
Rose wine goes well with lasagna.
Steak goes well with caberenet sauvignon, and shrimp goes well with champagne.
A nice white wine goes well with turkey.
It is a rich, fruity, medium dry wine that goes well with many foods.
red Italian wine
A heavy, richly flavored wine such as Cabernet Sauvignon goes well with chicken wings. An alternative is to drink a crisp wine such as Sauvignon Blanc or Vino Verde.
A dessert wine would pair well.
Dessert. It is a sweet wine, so it goes well with cake, tortes, etc.
Cottage pie ideally goes well with a low tannin red wine that either has very little or no oak influence. For example, Beaujolais.is a great combination for cottage pie.
a green salad and a glass of wine. That is my favorite
Any white wine will go well with white meat; however, a dry white wine will go best with filet mignon. A sugary white wine will be overpowering to the light, almost delicate, taste of the filet.
If you have a good Merlot, why would you serve anything else.
Salad, baked potato, rolls, red wine.
What are cooking coriander w/? Rule of thumb is Red wine w/ red meat. And white with white
I would recommend a hearty Italian Red Wine. The flavours would work very well together
Almost any food rich in taste will pair well with Chianti.
Spatlaese is a light fruity wine. A tastier soft cheese like Gambazola or Borgonzola goes well with it.
the best wine which goes well with sea food are 1.REISLING 2.DRY FINO SHEERY 3PINOT NOIR
A nice Rose is the perfect choice with burgers and fries.
This probably depends on what kind of lasagna you're having. If it's a traditional one, with heavy red sauce and beef, you'll want a wine that is red and dry with a good amount of acid. Many of the Italian wines fit the bill here, including Chianti, Brunello, Barolo, Rosso, or a Super Tuscan. If you want to go non-traditional, you could try a Zinfandel with good acidity, an American Sangiovese (the main grape used… Read More
Asian foods go well with this riesling. It's typically a desert wine, so sweet foods go well with it too.
I would say red but if your looking for a sweeter taste then try white
Champagne or sparkling wine
Fettucini with a white sauce pairs well with Fume/Sauvignon Blanc or Merlot. Fettucini with a red sauce pairs well with Syrah/Shiraz.
For raspberry pavlova, I highly recommend Eiswein (also known as Ice Wine). This is a wine that is produced from grapes which are naturally frozen by gentle snowy weather while still on their vines. A Rutherglen Muscat will also go very well with raspberry pavlova.
The short answer... Whatever wine you enjoy. Generally reds are a better choice with beef. A merlot or pinot would be a good choice as well.
A Lightly oaked Chardonnay compliments Caesar salad very nicely. Alternatively, Chenin Blanc is also a good wine for Caesar salad.
Most full-bodied southern French red wines go extremely well with Ratatouille. For example, why not try Fitou with it.
Merlot is good with a variety of foods from lamb to steaks and spicy Italian foods.
The wine goes bad.
It's fried fish people. Beer goes best! he rule of thumb is: Red Wine for Meat, White Wine for Fish.
One of the most tasteful and satisfying wines you can have is a Fonseca Port 1970 which is very nice with minted lamb it is a classic red wine if you can afford it
red wine and bear
bake potato steak sauce salad fries wine beer mushrooms
White wines are usually served with all types of seafood, both fish and shellfish.
There are many white, rose and red wines that go well with stuffed chicken. Choices for white wine include Chardonnay, Vinho Verde and Sauvignon Blanc.
A medium red wine, not too dry and not oaky.
Beef Bourguigon is made with red wine, and the ideal wine to accompany it is the same wine used in the preparation.
A mature Red Bordeaux goes very well with Beef en Croute. However, avoid red wines with high tannins for this meal, for the best pairing. Other than a mature Red Bordeaux, any other mature red wine which has shed its tannins will also suffice.
Steak & wine.
Wild game typically goes with a red wine. I'd select a chianti with venison stew.
A ripe and lush wine compliments chilli con carne very beautifully. For example, Zinfandel pairs beautifully with the spice in almost all chilli-based dishes.
A wine glass is can be called a wine glass, or a goblet, each type of wine glass has a different name that goes along with the type of wine.
Yes! As an MD I recommend it as wine goes great with antibiotics.
Dry wit, dry weather, and dry wine.