Duck And Wine

What wine with Duck?...

Duck, Which Wine?

Duck breast and wine

Duck breast, simply delicious.

What You Need To Know About Duck And Wine

Duck meat consists mostly of breast and legs. The leg meat is darker and somewhat fattier than the breast meat, but unlike chicken or turkey duck breasts are dark meat. Because ducks are waterfowl, they have a layer of heat-insulating fat between the skin and the meat. Simply delicious. One good choice is boneless duck breast, grilled with the skin and fat on.

In addition to the wines mentioned in our food pairing table you might consider a Pinot Noir or a Sparkling Rosť. The wine helps cut the fat.

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