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What kind of wine goes best with salmon?

Asked: Shane London, Last Updated:

Styles to look for when pairing wine with salmon:

Style of salmonWine style
Seared salmonChilled Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
Smoked salmonBlanc de blancs Champagne, English sparkling wine, Riesling, manzanilla Sherry
Herbs and citrusSauvignon Blanc
Sweet spice (ginger) or MisoPinot Gris, Riesling
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FAQ

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