Wines for Good Friday fish, Easter brunch, lamb and ham are the focus of our chat on CTV News.
In particular, red wines often clash with fish not because of the wine tannin and fish iodine, as previously thought, but rather because of high iron content in the wine.
The iron comes mostly from the soil where the vines are grown, but can also be due to winemaking methods.
Generalizing about which wines will be high in iron content is difficult. The iron in wine is thought to break down the unsaturated (good) fats in fish and creates that fishy smell and taste that’s almost metallic.
Here’s the second part of our conversation soon … which wines to drink with those chocolate bunnies!
Posted with permission of CTV.