Interesting Meals That You Can Pair With a Bottle of Sparkling Wine

4th May 2021

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Pairing meals and food with sparkling wine is not the easiest of tasks, though when done properly, it can be a very delicious combination. In today’s article, we are going to present to you a few interesting meals that you can pair with a bottle of sparkling wine at home, or when you are out in a restaurant. Getting your pairings right can impress not only friends and family but that hot date that you have been prepping for months.

Here a few interesting meals that you can pair with a bottle of sparkling wine.

Pot Roast Beef

Pot roast beef is, without a doubt, one of the most delicious beef dishes that you can make and it is a great combination with any sparkling wine. Next time you make Corrie cooks, you need to make sure that you pair it with a bottle of bubbly. Remember though, you should choose a light sparkling wine, as pot roast can be very rich. Pot roast is definitely one of the most interesting and tastiest, meals that you can pair with a bottle of sparkling wine.


Could we really have a list of sparkling wine pairings without mentioning steak? Steak is without a doubt one of the most delicious pairings that you can make with sparkling wine or anything for that matter. Steak is a personal favorite of mine, unsurprisingly. Give it a go.

Macaroni and Cheese

Macaroni and cheese is not particularly gourmet, though when paired with a sparkling bottle of wine, it becomes incredibly high-class and delicious. Macaroni and cheese are very easy and straightforward to make; if you are going to make it, then you should definitely use a higher-quality cheese, especially if you are pairing it with sparkling wine. You could use Swiss Gruyere cheese for your macaroni if you want to make it especially delicious. Macaroni and cheese are best paired with crusty bread. No longer does macaroni and cheese have to be relegated to the world of school dinners.


Lobster is a very expensive, but delicious, ingredient to cook with. Lobster is much better when paired with drier sparkling wines. You can cook lobster with a variety of different vegetables and dishes, so you should not be lost for pairings in that sense. Be sure to always have dry sparkling wine when you eat lobster though – that is the one rule that we are insisting that you stick to. You can also pair sparkling wine with crab, which is another great pairing, as well as prawns and shrimps. Lobster and dry wine = delicious!


Caviar is a fantastic dish to pair with sparkling wine, though expensive. Caviar is best sourced from Iran if you can afford it. Caviar is a great dish paired with virtually anything, so you should not be shot for side dishes to accompany your caviar. Caviar and sparkling wine are gorgeous

Pairing food with sparkling wines is not as hard as you might have thought that it was. We hope the suggestions that we have made on this page will help you the next time you have a bottle of sparkling wine lying around.

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