Howdy, wine drinker.
I’m Jacob from I Want You to Drink More Wine.
Today, I’ll be sharing an honest wine review and suggesting a pairing that complements this wine perfectly.
I’m excited about today’s pairing, because we haven’t done this before.
And it’s a fancy yet simple, delicious, elegant dish.
Let’s go ahead and check out our wine.
Terras Gauda Abadía De San Campio Albariño 2017
We’ve got a 2017 white wine out of Spain.
We’re going to go ahead and call it Albariño, because it’s 70% Albariño out of Rías Baixas, which is one of my favorite regions.
I think this is going to go really nicely with the fish pairing that we have.
Let’s go ahead and check out the fish.
Grilled Sea Bass
If you’re a fish lover, you’re going to love this pairing.
We’ve got a grilled sea bass.
This has butter, garlic.
It was on the grill for about 15 minutes, flipped over.
You could see that nice char look on it.
Oh, man, this is going to be good.
And if you’ve ever had sea bass before, you’re in for a treat.
And if you haven’t, this is going to blow your mind.
Let’s go ahead and try the wine and then try this pairing.
Mmm, very good on the nose–delicious smelling.
I have another great Albariño pairing that I have with chicken biryani.
You should check it out.
Oh, that’s delicious.
Let’s give it a try.
Very flaky–mmm–just as sea bass should be.
I can’t stop eating this.
One more bite–phenomenal.
And for the magical moment–perfection.
You have to try this pairing.
It is unbelievable.
Go ahead and get that recipe for that sea bass, that grilled sea bass right here.
And if you’re going to try this Terras Gauda 2017 Albariño–we’ll say Albariño, white wine–out of Rías Baixas.
Vivino says 3.9.
Average price, $21.29.
Go ahead, give this pairing a try.
Let me know what you think.
And until our next video, take care.