Sahra or shiraz – Meat; steak, beef, wild game, stews, etc
Merlot – Any will do
Malbec – All types of meat-based meals, Foie Gras, Argentine Malbec suits Mexican, Cajun, and Indian Dishes.
Pinot Noir –Grilled salmon, chicken, lamb and Japanese dishes.
Zinfandel – Tomato-sauce pasta, pizza, and grilled BBQ meats
Sangiovese – Italian and Mediterranean-style cusines
Barbera – Match many dishes, including tomato sauces
Chardonnay – Fish (even salmon) and chicken dishes
Sauvignon blanc – Best with simply prepared red meats. Goes well with seafood, poultry and salads
Semillon –Fish (but there are better choices), serve dry Semillon with clams mussels, or pasta salad
Moscato – Moscato shows best on its own; without food but sweet wine will pair with desserts
Pinot grigio – Versatile
Gewürztraminer – Ideal for sipping. It can fit Asian food, pork and grilled sausages.
Riesling – Dry versions go good with fish, chicken and pork dishes. The crispiness of a Riesling works very well with tuna and salmon. While the acidity level intermingles with the slight smokiness of eel and cuts through the layers of spicier Japanese foods.