Pick a great wine to accompany any summer meal. Plan a perfect summer feast with Best Summer wines by gathering your family & friends. From grilled backyard burgers to delicate heirloom tomatoes, there’s a wine to suit any meal.
This white grape variety is used in Lire Valley, France to produce a range of wine styles. Such as dry, sparkling and very sweet. Dry Chenin Blanc is a great summer wine. Freshwater Fish and Grilled vegetables are best with Dry Chenin Blanc.
The Pinot family makes a range of white and pale rose wines, including rich whites in Alsace (France) and Germany and the more familiar light, dry Pinot Grigio of Italy. Look for excellent New World Pinot Gris wines from New Zealand, California and British Columbia. Chicken, Corn on the Cob, Freshwater fish and Grilled vegetables will be perfect with Point Gris wine.
This white grape variety grows in the Rhone Valley (France) and parts of Australia, South America, South Africa, and California. It makes intense, dry white wine with peach/apricot flavors. Chicken is a perfect pair with Viognier wine.
A red grape variety from Piemonte (Italy), Barbera produces wonderful medium-bodied red wines with deep color, low tannins, bright fruit, and high acidity. Pork tenderloin & Steak are the best pairs with this wine.
This red grape variety, primarily from Argentina. Now better known for making powerful, deeply colored South American reds with ripe fruit, soft tannins, and naturally high acidity. Grilled Lamb, Ribs, and Steak are best with Malbec wine.
This red grape variety is grown widely in northern Spain, Portugal, and Argentina. They produce very good-quality red wines with ripe cherry/plum flavors. Lamb is a perfect pair with Tempranillo.
Tip: To chill your summer wine bottles in just 20 minutes, fill bucket two-thirds full of equal parts cold water and ice. Submerge bottle up to the neck; speed it up a bit more by tossing in a handful of rock salt.
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