QUESTION: I enjoy vinegar dressings on my salad. What’s a good wine to serve?
ANSWER: When wine goes bad, it turns to vinegar. So, good matches are few and far between.
Fortunately, better restaurants recognize this problem, and add ingredients to their salads that are more wine-friendly – nuts, meats and/or cheeses.
But if you’re eating just a salad with dressing, opt for a high-acid wine such as Sauvignon Blanc or Chianti.