A great glass of wine with lunch, hors d'oeuvres or dinner. And just like alcoholic wines, the same pairing concepts apply. Here are a few basic rules to keep in mind and then some specific suggestions.
Getting a good grill, inviting guests, purchasing the best meat, seafood, veggies you can possibly find – those are the essentials of every barbecue.
However, people need drinks, too and not everyone enjoys beer or wine.
Did you know Tea actually pairs well with BBQ Food? Tea assist with cutting the greasy-ness of BBQ Food.
Same Goes with Ginger Beer too.
Tea Tonic by Easy Tea - Refreshing. Great over ice or top it up with a Great Gin - Drummerboy London Dry Spirit.
Ginger Beer - by Blipin * Available in store.
Sansgria by Altina Drinks - A summer hit! The Berries and Notes of this Wine is on point! Love the Punch!
White Meat & Salads -
Shellfish, white fish, light chicken dishes or salads, choose a still or sparkling white or rose wine. Look for something with citrusy and herbal flavours that will complement the food.
Leitz Eins Riesling - Dry & Crisp. Product of Germany.
Tread Softly Prosecco - Clean, Crisp, Subtle. Product of Australia.
Red Meat -