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When pairing wine with shellfish, it's best to choose a wine that complements the delicate flavors of the seafood. Here are a few types of wine that are commonly paired with shellfish:
Chardonnay: A dry, unoaked Chardonnay can be a great pairing for shellfish. The wine's acidity helps to cut through the richness of the seafood and enhance its flavors.
Sauvignon Blanc: A crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc can also be a good pairing for shellfish. The wine's minerality and acidity can balance the flavors of the seafood and bring out its subtle nuances.
Riesling: A dry Riesling can also make a great pairing for shellfish. The wine's acidity and minerality can complement the flavors of the seafood, and its sweetness can help to balance out the dish's spices or herbs.
Pinot Grigio: Another good option for shellfish is Pinot Grigio. This wine is light-bodied and dry, with flavors of citrus and green apple. Its acidity can help to balance the rich flavors of the seafood.
Sparkling wines: Sparkling wines such as Champagne and MCC are also great pairings for shellfish, since their bubbles can help to cleanse the palate between bites of the seafood. The acidity of sparkling wines also can enhance the flavors of seafood.
It is always best to try and go with wine that match the specific type of shellfish and preparation method. If you're not sure which wine to choose, you are always welcome to contact us.