Looking For A Good Bottle For Valentine’s? Here Are Five Wines And What To Pair With Them

A good bottle can turn any dinner into something special. If you’re looking for exquisite vino for V-Day, here are a few of our favorites. 

Planning a sumptuous dinner with your special someone—be it physical or via Zoom—calls for your favorite dishes and a perfect bottle of wine to pair them with. The right drink can enhance the flavor of a good meal and elevate the romantic ambiance of the evening. Here are five suggestions.

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Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz, 2018

The fusion of Cabernet Sauvignon and the richness of shiraz make way for a fragrant and balanced taste. Oak and tannins are subtly present, but what dominates is a vintage, cake-like profile akin to Black Forest. To deliver its full flavor, pair it with your favorite steak and spring vegetables like mustard greens and asparagus.

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Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial

Made primarily from pinot noir, this champagne boasts intense flavors. From its sharp fruity profile coming from red fruits to the nuances of rose and pepper, this blend is supple and seductive on the palate. You can pair it with colorful flavors like red meat, fresh or dried herbs, mascarpone, and Szechuan pepper.

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Ridge Vineyards Monte Bello, 2016

The luscious purple-ruby color comes from the rich blend of blackberry, anise, violets, and barrel spice. Bursting with bright acid and a powerful complexity, this cabernet sauvignon-based gives a tremendous finish. Bone-in prime rib or pan-seared filet mignon pairs beautifully with this bottle.

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Parallel Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017

If you are looking for a fresh and long but spicy finish, you should check out this lush four-year-old. A brawny concentration of dark chocolate, spice cake, black currant, and prunes give it a firm and full-bodied structure. Midpalate, there are touches of dried herb, sage, and tobacco for a complex layer. Overall, it will work well with steak dishes.

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Muga Seleccion Especial Reserva, 2006

Well-defined with bilberry, blackberry, iodine, and vanilla, the Rioja-based wine builds a velvety and tannic finish. The fusion of plum, oak, and bold earthy profile makes this ideal for sumptuous beef or lamb dishes.

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