Wines to pair with:
paella

Our algorithms found excellent some wines to have with paella. Scroll down to check out recommended varietals, regions, and vintages that would go well with your food!

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Recommended Varietals

If you are picking up your wine from a local store, look out for these varietals, which our algorithm has hand picked for you!

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Malvasia

Our top rated varietal to pair with paella, Malvasia is an ancient grouping of wine varietals grown in the Mediterranean region. Malvasia Bianca is the most common varietal and has tasting notes of tropical fruits.

Recommended regions:
•Portugal

• Average Value Price: $33
• Average Premium Price: $33

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Sauvignon Blanc

Our second top rated varietal to pair with paella, Sauvignon Blanc (aka Sancerre) is a unique white wine varietal well-known for its unmistakeable grassy and herbaceous flavors. It's uniqueness has perhaps lead this varietal to become one of the most popular in the world.

Recommended regions:
•Bordeaux, France
•Marlborough, New Zealand

• Average Value Price: $14
• Average Premium Price: $21

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Rhone White Blends

Our third top rated varietal to pair with paella, Rhone White Blends are blended wines that often involve Viognier, Marsanne, and Rousanne. Though the tasting notes vary with each blend, you can count on these wines to be quite aromatic and have a refreshing acidity to them.

Recommended regions:
•Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone, France
•Languedoc-Roussillon, France

• Average Value Price: $18
• Average Premium Price: $51

Recommended Wines

Rather stay in and order online? We hand-picked these specific wines for you based on their varietal, age, price, region, and of course, how well they will pair with paella!

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