clock-iosdigital-coupon-iconAsset 1Asset 1my-order-iconmy-recipes-iconICON_Paysearching-iconICON_Pickupshopping-list-iconweekly-ad-icon
Skip to Primary Content

My Publix


Find a Store

Advanced Search

Locator service by Know-Where Systems

Use the search form on the left to find a store.

My Shopping List


Whoops!  We're re-stocking this shelf.

Something went wrong while we were trying to handle your request. Please try again.

If you need assistance e-mail Customer Care or call us at (800) 242-1227.

Your list is empty.   Get started now!

Enter Items Browse Products

Other ways to add items:
Weekly Ad Recipes Featured Products


Where are my lists from before? Log In


Add or remove item, see aisle locations, and manage your lists:

View/Manage Lists

My Orders

Online Easy Ordering

Savor More Shortcuts

Skip to the good part with Publix Online Easy Ordering-there's no line online and save even more time with your own Publix account: View your history or favorite orders and add what you want to your basket in one quick click.


Hurry and sign up today.


My Coupons

Digital Coupons

Coupons for products you need are just a click away — and you can save instantly at checkout.

Sign up or log in to start clicking and saving.

Go to Digital Coupons

Learn more about Savings at Publix.

Pairing Primer: Wine and French Fries!

tips for pairing wine and French fries

Stumped by how to pair wine and fried food favorites? We put together wine and french fries for this unexpected wine and food partnership. Here are three wine pairings that work with these salty treats, as well as a few pairings to avoid.

French Fries and Beaujolais-Villages Gamay

Wine and fried foods go together when the wine cuts through oily sensations on the palate. With its refreshing finish, the Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais-Villages is delicious. Plus, the soft tannins of the Gamay grape work well with the saltiness of fries. Look for a red that has a low or moderate level of tannins.

Wine to try: George Duboeuf Beaujolais-Villages

French Fries and Chardonnay

One pairing that works particularly well with fries is chardonnay, such as Louis Jadot Macon-Villages. The hints of yellow apples in this light, fresh, citrusy white contrast deliciously with the salty, savory umami of your favorite french fries.

Wine to try: Louis Jadot Macon-Villages

French Fries and Lambrusco

While many wine-and-food pairings are based on similarities, opposites do attract. One classic example: sweet and salty. For a fun match, serve your fries with Riunite Lambrusco, a soft, sweet, lightly sparkling red. Refreshing (be sure to serve chilled) and easy to drink, this is a perfect combo on a hot summer's day.

Wine to try: Riunite Lambrusco

French Fries and Wines to Avoid

Avoid a very aromatic wine such as moscato or Gewürztraminer. Extremely floral and aromatic wines have distinctive aromas on the nose and in your mouth, and can swamp the more neutral flavors of fries.