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Pork dishes can be quite versatile in terms of wine pairing, as the flavors of pork can range from mild to rich and savory depending on how it's prepared. Here are a few classic wine and pork pairings to consider:
Riesling: A dry Riesling can pair well with pork dishes that are slightly sweet or spicy, the wine acidity can balance the flavors of the meat.
Pinot Noir: A light to medium-bodied red wine like Pinot Noir has a delicate fruit and spice flavor and can complement the rich, savory flavors of pork. It's great for dishes that have a light sauce or marinade.
Chardonnay: A buttery, oaky Chardonnay can complement the rich, savory flavors of pork, specially if it's paired with creamy or butter-based dishes.
Sparkling wine: Sparkling wine like Champagne or MCC can also be a great pairing with pork dishes. The effervescence of the wine can cut through the richness of the pork and complement the flavors of the dish.
It's important to note that the wine pairing will depend on the specific pork dish and how it's prepared, seasoning, marinade and sauce all play a role in this. For example, a sweet or fruity sauce or marinade would call for a sweeter wine, like Riesling or a sparkly one like MCC, while a savory or spicy sauce would call for a bolder red wine like Sangiovese or a white wine with a more oak and buttery profile like Chardonnay.