Love veggies? Know what kind of wine to pair with your favourite vegetables.
Original Basi & Sake
Original basi and sake can be paired with peppery greens, kimchi, mushrooms, apples, and celery.
Sparkling wine the likes of Champagne, Prosecco, and Cava go well with truffles, avocado, asparagus, strawberries, and citrus.
Basidina, Basi del Diablo’s crisp white wine goes well with tomatoes, avocado, asparagus, eggplant, artichokes, and peaches. Other crisp wines you can pair with these vegetables include Pinot Grigio, Txakolina, and Gruner Veltliner.
Aromatic white wine go well with fresh herbs, bell peppers, carrots, beets, chillies, and dark leafy greens.
Lush whites the likes of Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay go are best paired with sweet corn, beans, and shallots.
Rose wine goes well with tomatoes, olives, ginger, and melon. Virginia Blush, Basi del Diablo’s concoction of sugar cane, apples, and rose can be paired with these veggies too.
Wines with an almost orange colour go well with mushroom, onions, garlic, nuts, and fennel.
Light reds like Gamay, Pinot Noir, and Blaufrankisch are best with chickpeas, root crops, leeks, shallots, carrots, cherries, and mushrooms.
Merlot, Syrah, Grenache, and Basi Maria go well with tomatoes, onions, root crops, eggplants, and dark leafy vegetables.
Black beans, garlic, stewed berries, squash, and black beans go well with big reds such as California Cabs, Super Tuscans, and Malbecs.
Dry Fortified Wine
Marsala, Madeira, and Sherry go well with olives, nuts, dried fruit, and artichokes.
Sweet Fortified Wine
Port, Sauternes, Muscat are best paired with oranges, plums, and berries.