3. Pinot Grigio
Riesling is a crisp, clean white wine with green apple, pear and lime flavours. With age, Riesling takes on honey flavours and attractive oily aromas. It pairs nicely with spicy food, poultry and pork. Try it with Thai food.
5. Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir, a red wine, tastes of cherries, raspberries and strawberries. With age, flavors and aromas develop earthy notes like mushrooms. Pinot Noir is great with poultry, salmon, meat and vegetable dishes.
A more assertive red wine than Merlot, it can have flavours of blackberries, plums, black currants, and cassis. Aged in oak, Cabernet Sauvignon can take on flavours of vanilla, cedar, chocolate, and coffee. Cabernet Sauvignon is good with buff and lamb.
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