When it comes to finding the perfect pairing for your dish, The Wine Cellar Group's selection of premium wines is sure to have something for everyone. Red wines are typically best with red meat and fatty, hearty dishes, while white wines are better suited for lighter flavors such as fish and poultry. But no matter what type of wine you choose, there are some general rules of thumb to follow when pairing wines with food. Vegetarian dishes can also be paired with wine.
Eggplant and mushrooms are often used as protein substitutes in sandwiches and other dishes, and both have the depth of flavor that pairs well with red wines. Cabernet Franc is a great choice for mushroom dishes, while Syrah and Rhône blends are ideal for eggplant. For Italian, Greek, and other Mediterranean dishes featuring eggplant, local wines such as Nero d'Avola or Negroamaro are excellent choices. Earthier ingredients like mushrooms and lentils pair well with lighter reds such as Pinot Noir and Dolcetto.
Pinot Noir is also a great choice for salmon dishes, proving that red wine can be enjoyed with fish. Silky whites like Chardonnay from California, Chile, or Australia are delicious with a variety of fish such as swordfish or seafood in a rich sauce. Sweet sparkling wines like Moscato d'Asti and demi-sec champagne are perfect for emphasizing the fruit in desserts rather than the sugar. Pink sparkling wines such as pink champagne, pink Prosecco, and California sparkling rosé wine have a deep flavor and richness that pairs well with a variety of main courses. Grilled tuna, lamb chops, and beetroot risotto all go great with this type of wine.
For expert advice on pairing wines from Central Florida wineries with food, look no further than George Miliotes and Jamie Elizabeth Metzgar. George was part of the California Grill opening team at Disney's Contemporary Resort and has since become a well-known name in the wine world. Jamie began her career in the wine industry in a tasting room in Long Island, New York before settling along California's Central Coast where she is compiling an unofficial list of dog-friendly tasting rooms. The Wine Cellar Group is passionate about providing the best selection of wines from boutique wineries and leading producers. Their Florida Sunset blend is a light, fresh, and refreshing wine made from Muscadine grapes that embodies the radiant tone of a Florida sunset.
And in Orlando, there are plenty of wineries and unique wine bars where you can find the perfect pairing for any dish. When it comes to finding the perfect pairing for your dish, it's important to remember that there are no hard-and-fast rules when it comes to pairing wines with food. Experimenting with different types of wines can help you find the perfect match for your meal. With the help of experts like George Miliotes and Jamie Elizabeth Metzgar, you can be sure to find the perfect pairing for any dish at The Wine Cellar Group's selection of premium wines.