Quiche—with its custardy filling set in a buttery pastry—is best with higher-acid reds or full-bodied but bright whites that will cut through all of that richness. No surprise: French wines are best with this resolutely French dish.
Champagne. You know you’ve tried this pairing at a cocktail party. Champagne’s bubbles, biscuity flavors and lemony acidity are made for quiche (including those little frozen ones). French sparkling wines like Crémant d’Alsace or Crémant de Bourgogne are also delicious.
Alsace Riesling. Rieslings from eastern France are concentrated and fruity but dry. They’re fantastic with the region’s famous dish, tart flambée, which makes them equally great with quiche that’s made with ham, bacon and other salty pork.