10 Wines for Fall Foods

Fantastic wine pairings just in time for autumn


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10 Wines for Fall Foods It is that time of year again, days are growing shorter, it’s still dark when we wake up, and soon enough, it’ll be night when we leave our offices each evening, too. Don’t despair. With every season comes something to celebrate. Autumn is no exception.
 
We’ve spent the last few months draining bottles of light, fresh Sauvignon Blanc, crisp Pinot Grigio and countless rosé wines, but with fall’s menus, it’s time to return to richer whites and lusty reds.
 
I’ve pulled together five of my favorite autumn recipes from our sister site Whatscook.in and paired each with both a red and a white wine that are sure to make the coming season a culinary success.

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  • Snooth User: ChristophG
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    Dear Gregory, just one correction: Gruyere cheese comes from Switzerland (french speaking part), and not from France! More precisely from the Swiss region of Gruyere. It's an "AOC" product (appellation d'origine controlée), Gruyere cheese underlies very strict production rules and only comes from small, defined areas in the alps and Jura mountains (still Switzerland). The name is also protected. And: If you find, try out "Etivaz" cheese, from the same geographical region but only made from milk of cows spending their summer in the high meadows located in the alps. Besides I enjoy your blog and share your preferences for wine from Piemonte and Pinot Noir from Burgundy, areas I'm lucky to have nearby,living in Geneva, Switzerland. CinCin! Christoph Gisler

    Oct 30, 2012 at 6:08 AM


  • delicious

    Aug 20, 2013 at 4:43 AM


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