Let’s Help You Choose the Perfect Keto-Friendly Wine
Raise a glass. It’s wine time!
A savory starter? What’s your pleasure?
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And for your main course this evening?
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Sweets? Pick one. (You don’t have to share.)
Fruity or sour
No dessert for me
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Describe your favorite wine. Is it:
Bold and jammy
Light and Fruity
Crisp and Clean
Buttery and Rich
Bubbles Bubbles and More Bubbles
Crisp and Floral
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This French red wine is one of the most popular in the world, renowned for its bold flavor, high tannins, and oaky notes. Fantastic by itself or paired with other bold foods like steak, peppercorns, or charred/grilled foods. Fats and creams neutralize the presence of tannins (that dry-mouth feeling after sipping wine), making this a perfect wine for keto meals.
Also originating from France, Pinot Noir is another bold red wine similar to Cabernet Sauvignon, but slightly fruitier with softer tannins. The softer tannin presence allows for a slightly larger range of potential pairings, including salmon and grilled chicken.
Even though Rosé is technically both a red and a white wine, its crisp, summer flavor earned it a spot on our white wine list. For that reason, we’re also going to pair Rosé with light meals and summer flavors.
Hailing from France, Sauvignon Blanc is a crisp, refreshing white wine with high acidity. Because of its herbal, earthy flavor, Sauvignon is best paired with meals that include bold greens.
The king of white wines, Chardonnay comes in varieties from buttery and smooth to strong and oaky. The food pairings range anywhere from soft cheese to meats with fragrant herbs, like thyme and rosemary.
Hailing from Italy, this delicately bubbly wine boasts scents of fruity tropical flowers, and ripe pear. Palate is vibrant, loaded with harmonious notes of green apple, citrus and mineral finesse. Finishing with a clean light and elegant crisp acidity.
Pair with a delicate aperitif, roasted cashews or camembert cheeses for a “chill out” heaven.