Which wine goes with pork

Wine with pork: Advice on great pairings

  • German Riesling.
  • Condrieu / Viognier.
  • Chenin Blanc.
  • Pinot Noir.
  • Red or rosé Grenache / Garnacha.
  • Aged Barolo (Nebbiolo)
  • Sicilian Nerello Mascalese.

Do you drink red or white wine with pork?

The general rule of thumb when choosing wine to pair with pork is to look for a rich, fuller-bodied white wine or a juicy, fruit-forward red wine, which will complement the delicate sweetness that tends to characterize this meat.

What color wine goes with pork?

Both red and white wine pair with pork, even sparkling wine pairs with pork. Whether you choose a red or white wine will depend on the cut of pork but also what sauce you serve it with. Grilled pork chops will be better with red wine whereas pork loin will be better with white.

What drink goes well with pork?

Cocktails: Smoked meat, like smoked pulled pork, pork belly, and even smoked sausage, tastes excellent with rich, bold flavors like whiskey, rum, and bourbon. Top off each drink with a darker based soda to make a refreshing cocktail! Aged whiskey will make your BBQ feel even more authentic!

Does Merlot go with pork?

Aside from excluding the big reds, a fattier pork roast probably offers the widest array of wine pairings of any meat. The fat in the meat does well with medium tannin wines like Merlot or Malbec (just don’t get overly fruity versions of either) or lighter reds like Pinot Noir or a lighter Sangiovese.