By Jessica Yadegaran
Tuesday, October 24th, 2006 at 10:49 am in Uncategorized.
You so don’t have to drink that cloying plum wine with sushi. The subtle flavors pair really well with red and white wines. You just have to choose delicate ones.
Bubbles: Dry sparklings are clean and brisk without overloading you with fruit. Try the Sofia Blanc de Blancs in the pink cans at BevMo!
High Acid Whites: Dry-to-sweet Reislings (I like the one by Gainey). Ripe, bright Sauvingon Blanc (Sauvignon Blanc Cellars, of course!)
Dry Roses: If you follow my stuff you know sophisticated dry roses have been hip for years now. Try Domaine de Nizas, or Taltarni Brut Rose, which gets you the bubblies too.