The rules for food and wine pairing have relaxed a bit, but the fact remains that certain flavors of food and wine mix better together than others. While it isn’t unheard of to have a white wine with meat or a red wine with fish or seafood, you don’t want to serve a very strong tasting wine with a delicate entree, or the other way around. The wine and the food should complement each other, not battle against each other.
Contact one of the wine experts at West Vail Liquor Mart for assistance with your next food and wine event. Most of our staff has completed the first level of Sommelier training or other, specific wine training and takes pride in helping you find the perfect wine for your next tasting or dining experience.