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A Twenty-something’s Guide to Pairing Wine & Junk Food

A Twenty-something’s Guide to Pairing Wine & Junk Food

Have you ever been standing on the wine aisle, contemplating what wine would pair best with your frozen pizza or two bags of Reese’s Cups? Same. Truthfully, most people I know would drink pretty much any kind of wine with anything, but if you want to impress your friends during your next game or movie night, whip out this handy-dandy chart and say, “Look. Literally Darling told me that this bowl of chips and dip goes best with white wine. Now drink up.”

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Not sure which to grab white you’re at the store? Try one of these recommendations:

Sparkling:
Ruffino Prosecco, ~$15
Moët & Chandon Champagne, ~$45

White:
Cupcake Sauvignon Blanc, ~$11
Clos du Bois Chardonnay, ~$14

See Also

Red:
Saved Red Blend 2012, ~$22
Yellow Tail Cabernet Sauvignon~$10

Blush:
Beringer White Zinfandel, ~$10
Francis Coppola Sofia Rose Monterey County 2011, ~$10

Haley

Haley is a writer and editor based in Birmingham, Alabama, who specializes in narrative nonfiction. She began writing at age 16 after enrolling in her North Alabama high school's newspaper class. She later studied journalism and history at the University of Alabama. In her spare time, she prepares for her eventual sorting into Slytherin House, has frequent chats with her bust of Abraham Lincoln, and feeds an inordinate amount of lettuce to her pet bunny, Ray Bradbury. To contact her, please shout into the nearest void or talk loudly about Jason Isbell’s discography.
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