Wine is often perceived as a stuffy, fussy thing, but it doesn’t have to be. Sure, different flavors may go better with different foods, but in the end everyone’s palate is different, and there’s no reason you need to be a sommelier-in-training to order a decent wine with your meal. It’s easier than you think, and we sat down with a wine expert and educator to come up with some tricks you can take with you to the restaurant.Ordering a bottle of wine at a restaurant can be a tricky affair, especially if you’re on a date or you’re ordering with a group of people and they all turn to you for advice. You can always use the Adam Pash technique, described by Kevin Purdy here, and order a “spicy red” to go along with your meal or sip at a small gathering—a technique that I can completely vouch for. Alternatively, you can always just ask the sommelier if they have a preferred wine selection that goes well with the meal you’re ordering—that works too.
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