Pairing wine with Fish

Nothing says ‘I love you mum’ more than a meal cooked from the heart. Whether you are treating mum to a Mother’s day brunch or rustling up a beautifully home cooked three-course dinner, she’s sure to feel extra special.

Pairing wine with fish can be quite daunting but it doesn’t need to be. Although we automatically think to pair fish with white wine, it’s good to know that fish can also hold its own with a good blush or sparkling wine too. Take a look at our quick guide to pairing wine with your home cooked Seafood.

Sparkling Wine

Perfect for fried Seafood.

Chening Blanc, Sauvignon blanc and Pinot Grigio

Perfect for White fish like Flounder, Halibut, Snapper and Oysters. Also goes beautifully with Lobster and Mussels.

Chardonnay and Pinot Gris

Crab, Raw oysters and Lobster. Also works wonderfully with broth based soups.

Marsanne and Riesling

Work perfectly with spicy food, like Asian seafood.

Albarino and Verdelho

Perfect with shellfish – Clams, mussels, scallops, crab and lobster.

Pinot Noir and Grenache

Light red wine category – Works well with Salmon, swordfish, tuna, marlin and mackerel.

Rose and Blush wines

Tomato based seafood soup and grilled swordfish.

Dry fino sherry

Perfect wine with simply cooked Shrimp.

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