Pairings of Wine and Food
If you are having a
bachelor party that will involve good food and wine, then we
have a great section for you below that discusses the most
optimal type of wine to serve at the bachelor party meal:
Beaujolais: Although not that
popular at bachelor party events, this fine wine is great
with roasted chicken, salad, grilled sausage and pork chops.
Cabernet Sauvignon: This wine
is great with any b-b-q beef, rib eye/New York steak, filet
mignon, duck, lamb as well as meat loaf and burgers.
Champagne: If you and the
bachelor party want to drink even more eloquently, champagne
goes well with dim sum, fried oysters, caviar as well as
with your breakfast foods of eggs benedict, any brunch,
crepes, lobster omelet and strawberries.
Chardonnay: A perfect selection
if you are having Pesto, Cesar salad, scallops, sea bass,
shrimp scampi, as well as the good old mac n cheese,
fajitas, quesadillas, or pork chops.
Chianti: If you are in the mood
for Italian red sauce dishes as well as pizza, minestrone,
eggplant parmesan, capriccio as well as sirloin steak or
wild boar, this is the bachelor party selection for you.
Gewurztraminer: Another not so
common bachelor party favorite but great with cheeses, spicy
dishes (Chinese) and duck.
Merlot: A bachelor party
favorite and great with prime rib, corned beef, grilled duck
and pot roast.
Pinot Grigio: A light wine that
is great with fish, linguini with clams, raw veggies, hummus
Pinot Noir: A wine that is
great with many bachelor party dishes including chicken with
mushrooms, fish (halibut/mahi mahi/salmon/grilled tuna),
ham, risotto, turkey and pork chops
Riesling: A fine wine for a
bachelor party that is great with shrimp/lobster/crab, hot
dogs, pad Thai, Chinese chicken salad and chicken teriyaki.
Rose: Not a common bachelor
party wine unless your having a picnic out with the
groomsmen but still great with BBQ chicken, ratatouille (not
from the movie), and tuna salad.
Sauvignon Blanc: A great wine
with seafood choices like Caribbean foods, raw oysters,
pasta with seafood, BBQ shrimp as well as fried chicken,
guacamole and Greek salad.
Syrah/Shiraz: Not a common
bachelor party wine, yet great with grilled or tandoori
chicken, empanadas, skirt steak or venison.
Zinfandel: A sweet wine that is
great with BBQ spare ribs and chicken (really anything with
BBQ sauce), chili, beef teriyaki, Mexican meat dishes, and
After dinner bachelor party wines
After the main course, these other fine bachelor
party wines are great to top off the meal:
Muscat: My favorite and great
with cookies, crème Brule, flan, and fruit salad.
Port: An excellent dessert wine
as well as with steak dinners and dates.
We hope you find
this bachelor party wine and food information helpful. We will
continually add new content to this page as your bachelor party
wine and food consultants!