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5 Classic Dishes That Pair Perfectly With Wine

Classic dishes, such as braised short ribs, have long been staples of home cooking. They make for stunning meals, no matter the guests or the occasion. And the best part? These dishes always pair well with classic red wines. The result is a perfect meal combination.


Curried Chicken with CauliflowerCurried Chicken with Cauliflower, paired with Malbec

With curry, it helps to have a wine that isn’t shy on ripe fruit flavors, such as Trivento's beautiful Select Malbec from Argentina. The wine practically explodes with strawberry and cherry aromas, as well as curry-taming flavors of vanilla and red berries.

Pinot Noir

Mushroom Risotto with WineMushroom Risotto with Wine, paired with Pinot Noir

Mushrooms offer an earthy, smoky aroma and ethereal fruit flavor to this classic dish, while pinot noir is famous for its vibrant acidity, red berry flavors, and earthy aromas. The acidity and fruitiness of Erath Pinot Noir offer contrast to the richness of the cheese in the risotto, while the wine's earthy nose enhances the dish's parsley and mushrooms.


Pork with Zinfandel Reduction GlazePork with Zinfandel Reduction Glaze, paired with Zinfandel

Peppery zinfandel is a great pairing choice for the brown sugar and cracked black pepper in this pork recipe. Zinfandel makes an appearance as an ingredient in the reduction glaze as well. Gnarly Head Old Vine Zinfandel from California teems with fruit flavors that hold their own with the sugar, and also has abundant spice notes to match the pepper.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Braised Short RibsBraised Short Ribs, paired with Cabernet Sauvignon

The tannins in this robust cabernet sauvignon by Rodney Strong soften the texture of the meat, and the dried herb aromas of the wine match the bay leaf and pepper used here.


Lamb ChopsLamb Chops, paired with Syrah

Cabernet is the usual choice for lamb, but these chops have a surprise up their sleeve: the spiciness of sage, crushed red pepper, and paprika. While the lamb calls for red wine, the spices call for the blackberry and plum fruitiness of a syrah, such as the one from Bogle Vineyards.