How to Select the Best Wine to Complement your Food

Buying a bottle of wine can be more difficult than cooking sometimes. To find the wine with the right flavor to match your food pairing is vital. While chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are the most common types of wines to pair with food, you could be short changing yourself if you don’t try a few others. In order to find the best wine, one must know the difference between the types of wines, the difference in the grape types and the vineyards location.

There are 8 common types of wines. Each wine is made from a particular set of ingredients and they go along with different food pairings. All of these can be differentiated on the basis of color. The color although is not the only factor, the vineyard where the grapes has been grown, contributes to the flavor of each wine type. Each vineyard has its own natural characteristics and the flavor of its wines is largely related to the soil composition and weather conditions of a particular area.

Wines made in areas known for vineyards should be the first choice when considering a bottle of wine. These areas are known for the natural flavors that they add to the wine which gives the wine a unique taste.

One such renowned vineyard is Joseph Phelps Vineyards. The original vineyard was founded back in 1973 and has since become one of the most highly rated vineyards around North America. The vineyards’ wines have been critically acclaimed by the best critics from around the world. The entire range of wines from Joseph Phelps Vineyards is 100% estate grown.

About Joseph Phelps Vineyards:

Joseph Phelps Vineyards is a family run business of wineries and vineyards across California. Clients can also Buy Wine Online through their online store.

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