Wandering Wines 2015 Chardonnay Grand Reserve & Oven-Baked Salmon Pairing

 

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Howdy, wine drinker.

I’m Jacob from I Want You to Drink More Wine.

In today’s video, I’ll be sharing an honest wine review and suggesting a pairing that complements this wine perfectly.

New year, new you.

I’ve got a light, fresh pairing, but you don’t have to give up your vice.

We’re going to have a little wine, a little fish.

Let’s go ahead and check out this wine.

Wandering Wines 2015 Chardonnay Grand Reserve

From my friends over at Wandering Wines, I’ve got a 2015 Chardonnay.

This is their Grand Reserve.

This is going to be out of Maule Valley, Chile.

It’s going to be a nice balance of oak and freshness in this, and I think it’s going to go with a simple fish pairing we have for you guys.

All right, wine drinkers.

So it doesn’t get any more basic and simple than this one.

Oven-Baked Salmon

We’ve got salmon fillet, salt and pepper, seasoned nicely to taste, and some peas, nothing major.

The pairing recipe, the trick is how it’s cooked.

We did a roast 450 degrees for 12 minutes, and I think that’s what really makes this nice, oily fish going to go delicious with this super awesome wine we have for you.

Let’s go check it out.

So let’s see, beautiful aromas on the nose.

Oh, this wine is dynamite.

Complex but not too much, nice mouthfeel that you would want from a chardonnay to go with this salmon.

And it’s really nice acidity that’s going to cut through that fat.

Let’s see how this goes.

So depending on whether you like your fish a little less cooked or more cooked, just up the temp.

But get that nice roast at 450.

Mm, I love salmon.

It’s a great, clean fish.

It’s good.

It’s nice and healthy.

Let’s see how it goes with the wine.

Oh, beautiful pairing.

Give It a Try!

Go ahead, check out this wine, Wandering Wines 2015 Chardonnay out of Maule Valley.

Remember, this is their Grand Reserve.

You can order it online right up there through their website.

It’s a great wine, great value.

However, try that.

Get that little basic salmon recipe right there.

The trick is, really, salt and pepper, salmon fillet, 450 roast for about 12 minutes.

I say 12.

And enjoy it.

Let me know what you think.

And until our next video, take care.
 

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