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Top 10 Seafood Wines

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Joh. Jos. Prüm Wehlener 2009 Sonnenuhr Auslese Riesling, one of GAYOT's Top 10 Seafood Wines

Best Wines for Pairing with Fish and Seafood

Sipping Chardonnay at the country club with a shrimp cocktail, or watching the tide roll in with a full glass of White Burgundy and a tuna steak — most people know well that white wine and seafood belong together. But don't be fooled: a softer red like a Pinot Noir or a well-balanced blend can also pair wonderfully with fish. There are plenty of white, red, rosé and sparkling wines that pair well with a variety of seafood, from fresh oysters or simple salmon fillets to spicy ceviche served on the Baja coast. With regional selections from France, Oregon, California, Germany and Japan — each priced between $18 and $60 — GAYOT's list of the Top 10 Seafood Wines can help make sure you've got the right glass to pair with the day's freshest catch.

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