Sometimes you’ll need to find a wine that matches a range of dishes, say salmon, red meat, and a vegetarian entrée. You’ll want what we call a crossover wine – able to bridge both red and white meats.
Here are a few examples:
All these red wines have good fruit flavour and enough acidity to make a great match.
In a restaurant, another option is to forgo buying a bottle of wine to match all the different menu choices and let everyone go by-the-glass.