Category: Kos&Wyn/Food&Wine

Which wines pair best with what cheeses? Armed with the right information, you can create amazing wine and cheese pairings on your own. Let’s take a look at some classic wine and cheese pairings and why they work, so that the next time you’re on a wine and cheese getting mission, you’ll have no doub …

The Pinot grape is something of a chameleon and not just because of the variety of colors it can be found in, writes Eric Guido.  Pinot Gris, a mutation of the Pinot Noir grape, can be found around the world and in a number of different expressions from crisp to velvety and from dry to sweet.

Thinking back, I can remember a time when Merlot was all the craze, writes Eric Guido. It was widely popular and one of the most planted varieties around the world. Now, I find people telling me that they don’t like Merlot more than any other grape variety that I know. The funny part is that they us …

Seafood is traditionally paired with white wine for good reason. Much like that squirt of citrus we like so much with seafood, white wines bring a spark of acidity when paired with fish, brightening the fish flavors and cleansing the palate. That’s not to say that red wines can’t also be paired with …

The best tip on pairing wine with pasta is to ignore the pasta and pay attention to the sauce. Pasta is simply a canvas to deliver the accompanying ingredients. For example, the Apulian special tyrigatoni ragu barese is a rustic, meaty tomato-based dish.