Wine Wisdom: Perfect Seafood Pairings

 

Who better to give guidance on what to pour with fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and more than the team from New York City’s iconic Grand Central Oyster Bar? Below, general manager Jeremy Gatto shares his pairing recommendations for all of your seafood needs. 

 

Oysters
Classically speaking, Muscadet pairs best. Stout beer and sparkling wine (especially Champagne) also work really well. West Coast oysters tend to be creamier, so I like flabbier wine, such as Chardonnay. East Coast oysters tend to be brinier, so wines that are high in acid pair well, like dry Rieslings and Muscadet.

 

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