vineyard

Each wine has distinct aromas, flavors and sensations, and each kind of wine has a perfect combination with different foods and flavor. Please see below our guide for pairing our wines with meats, seafoods, cheeses, fruits, chocolates are more for our favorite combinations.

This kind of wine, newly rediscovered in the world, goes well with dishes like lamb (without sauce), mild red meats. Pastas, soft pork, vegetable stews and creamy cheeses with some seasoning. This wine has its best between 57°F to 61° F.
Cabernet Sauvignon
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The best combinations for a Cabernet Sauvignon are red meat, stuffed peppers, stews and pasta with sauce. High fact dishes and seasoning go well with it and its perfect for BBQ. It combines very well with Camembert cheese, Cheddar cheese and similar. Very good accompaniment for crabs, deer, lamb and pork chops. Your best temperature is between 61° F to 64.5° F.
This wine go well with soft red meat, dishes of creamy cheeses or hard white cheeses. Also perfect for pasta with tomato sauce. The best drinking temperature is between 57° F to 61° F.
Merlot makes a very good combination with legumes, nuts such as peanuts, walnuts, almonds. It also blends very well with grilled vegetables, duck, rabbit, fish with sauces. Light stews and casseroles. Rice, white meat, red meat with little seasoning, ceviche and semi-hard cheeses. Take between 54°F to 57°F. Depending on the dish (Ceviche for example) take the lowest recommended temperature 54 ° F.
Combine with ripe cheeses, strong sausages, pasta with red sauce, seasoned meat, pot roast, lamb and pork. Drink between 61° F to 64.5° F.
Pinot Noir
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This kind of wine tastes great with fresh cheeses, white meats, mushrooms and salmon. The best temperature to drink it is between 57° F to 59° F.
Petit Verdor
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Very good matches for this wine are: White meats with sauces such as cream, mushroom sauce. Fatty fish and cheese that aren´t cured or aged. The best temperature to enjoy this wine is between 59 ° F to 60.8 ° F.