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Pairs with Pork

Getting Cozy With Wine That Pairs With Pork
Mmmm, bacon. Thank you, pork, for being such a delicious and versatile ingredient. If you love all things pig, let us recommend our very best wine pairings with pork. The best news here is that most wines go well with pork! It really depends on the preparation. Charcuterie will taste better with some wines than barbeque or tenderloin. These are our guidelines for how to pair pork and wine: Starting with ...more
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2017 Baseline® Syrah

2017 Baseline® Syrah

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4.1

“Complex, Elegant, Premium”

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2019 Cherries & Rainbows Red Wine

2019 Cherries & Rainbows Red Wine

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3.7

“Dark Fruit, Textured, Organic”

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2016 Rabble Merlot

2016 Rabble Merlot

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“Dark Fruit, Elegant, Single Vineyard”

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2018 Big Beat® Red Blend

2018 Big Beat® Red Blend

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“Ripe Fruit, Silky, Velvety”

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2018 Baseline® Chardonnay

2018 Baseline® Chardonnay

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3.9

“Friendly, Complex, Single Vineyard”

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2017 Rabble Cabernet Sauvignon

2017 Rabble Cabernet Sauvignon

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Pairs with Pork

As you can see, pork pairs wonderfully with a large range of wines. A good tip is to think about what you’re adding to the pork. Indian spices and preparations call for Gewurztraminer. A paprika-based spice rub will match nicely with full-bodied white wine. Try ground pork in a ragu with Cabernet Franc. The best part about pork and wine pairing is that experimentation is encouraged!