Top 10 No-Fail Tips for Picking a Stellar Wine off a Wine List
From grilled shrimp satay and a dry Riesling to beef tenderloin and a tannic Bordeaux, here's a handy guide to pairing excellent wines with their perfect dishes.
Not all Chardonnays age well. Most should be drunk within three years of the vintage. Only top Chardonnays, such as the Mount Eden Vineyards Estate Chardonnay, age gracefully.
Pairing: For fatty fish or any kind of seafood in a lush sauce like this sizzling shrimp scampi, look to Chardonnay.