As the season changes, the food we eat starts to change as well. It’s time to swap out what wines you are drinking too to pair with the heartier, warmer meals you’ll be eating. Ted Farrell from Haskells gives us his picks for wines that go well with classic fall meals.
- Cotes du Rhone Blanc (pairs well with fish)
- Lockwood Pinot Noir (pairs well with poultry, pheasant/grouse)
- Masso Antico Primitivo (pairs well with waterfowl duck/goose)
- Flechas de Los Andes Gran Malbec (pairs well with big game deer/bison)