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Tailgating with Wine: A Win-Win

stemless wine glasses and appetizer board

Whether you cheer for chardonnay or root for riesling, you don't have to leave your favorite bottles on the sidelines. Wine is as drinkable and welcome at a tailgate as it is at any outdoor party. Start with these easy-to-cook and perfect-to-share recipes that are tailor-made for enjoying with wine. Then, use our wine serving tips to host game-perfect tailgating parties all season long.

Tailgating Recipes and Wines

Tailgating SlidersThe definition of finger-food perfection, sliders are a go-to dish to serve as tailgating fare. We picked three flavor options, as well as the wine to pair with them:

  1. Honey Chicken Sliders and chardonnay
  2. Monte Cristo-Style Sliders and riesling or rosé
  3. Sausage and Pimiento Cheese Sliders with malbec

Get the Recipes

For grab-and-go tailgating meals, skewers work well. They don't require any utensils and are perfect for people who may visit your gathering at different times. Make a batch (or two) of the Sideline Sausage Skewers with Five-Layer Dip, and serve with a sauvignon blanc or dry riesling.

New flavor twists liven up standard tailgating dishes. Try the Ultimate Sriracha-Hoisin Spare Ribs with rosé or cabernet sauvignon.

Serve Wine Like a Tailgating All-Star

Because most foods served at tailgate parties tend to be flavored boldly—think barbecue sauce, garlicky brats, and cheesy dips—wines should both stand up to the food and refresh the palate. Red wines with fruit and spice, like sirah, malbec, and cabernet sauvignon, can match the meats on the menu. Acidic, crisp whites like sauvignon blanc and dry rieslings won't be overpowered by the food. And when in doubt, remember: Rosé goes with just about everything.

5 Tailgating Tips

  • On sunny days, even red wine can use a little cool-down time to maintain an ideal temperature. Soft-side coolers with easy-open zippered tops make it easy to transport wine in its own ice "bucket." Reds, rosés, and whites all taste great when served around 55–60˚F.
  • Food thermometers are your friend when you're in charge of the tailgate grill. Cook ground meat (burgers and sausages) to at least 160˚F, and chicken to 165˚F.
  • Chips and cookies can take the heat, but cooked food needs more care when served outdoors. Don't leave hot dishes on the table for more than two hours, or one hour when it's more than 90˚F outside.
  • Don't want to drink from a bright plastic cup? Silicone stemless wine glasses are a sophisticated and sturdy tailgate option.
  • Things can get sticky without a sink for cleanup. Stock up on disposable wipes to make sure you're not taking the tailgate into the game with you.

Publix promotes responsible drinking and supports efforts to fight alcohol abuse and underage drinking. Please visit the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility at www.responsibility.org for more information.