Agriverde online dating
A jammy wine with a long, smooth finish, the zin can go with the bigger flavors of the beef, Lucas says.
She also recommends a Shiraz blend from Robertson Winery called Mourvedre Viognier (), a New Zealand offering that is just as spicy as the hot peppers on the sandwich.
“It has a lot of minerality, it’s just tasty,” he says.
“It’s not jammy but it’s food-friendly.” Another pick is The Immortal Zin (), a California offering from the Peirano Estate.
“It’s rich and has a medium body but it’s light enough not to fight,” he says.
Good Grapes owner Theresa Lucas also suggests a white to go with the ‘dog – KWV (), a dry and tangy sauvignon blanc from South Africa that will reinforce the tangy flavors of the hotdog toppings.
From the classic Chicago hotdog to the inimitable deep-dish pizza, let go of the beer bottle and try one of these wine pairings from some of Chicago’s most knowledgeable wine connoisseurs (and drown your Cubs-related sorrows).
“You want something very dry, not something with a long finish,” Lucas says.And at less than 9 dollars a bottle, you can feel free to pour heavy.Another option Schwarzbach offers is a central coast pinot noir called Wonderwall from Spanish Springs Vineyard.Lucas suggests Brandborg () a pinot noir that has “some, but not big body.” The wine should be able to pair with something that has a lot of flavor, she says, but a wine that is too full-bodied will clash with the sausage.Reds rule over the kingdom of Italian beef, much like they would with a steak.