Merlot Wine Tasting and Food Pairing Guide

Merlot is one of the most versatile wines available. It's dry and fruity, and it doesn't get overpowered by intense tastes in food.

However, it is not so durable or strong in tannins that it needs something ultra-rich for balance. It's one of those wines that goes along with a wide range of foods.

Having said that, certain pairings would still be preferable to others.
For eg, I prefer Merlot with beef roast over ceviche.
Of course, everyone has the right to their own tastes and opinions, so today we'll focus on the best foods to pair with Merlot, which almost everyone will love.  
We'll also explore certain Merlot pairings with snacks and other courses that you might not have noticed. You may be skilled at mixing wine with dinner, but some meals may be more demanding.

"What's a decent Merlot dessert pairing?" you might be asking.

We do, in reality, have an answer for that. So, take advantage of these Merlot food pairing tips. We guarantee you'll have a great wine and food mixing experience as a result. And if you like Merlot and ceviche, well, you do you.

Merlot Food Pairing Ideas for Dinner Try Merlot with dinner recipes like

- Roasted chicken
- Roasted pork loin
- Rack of lamb
- Grilled beef steaks
- Grilled burgers
- Beef stew Spaghetti and meatballs
- Meatloaf Roast duck Pizza

If you’re not sure about a pairing, take a look at the description of the Merlot. Lighter-bodied, fruity Merlot's will pair better with lighter foods, while fuller-bodied wines will be a better match for richer foods like grilled steak or rack of lamb.

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