Pairing food with wine is truly up to your tastes and preferences. But, here are some of my favorite ways to enjoy Oberon wines.
The Oberon Sauvignon Blanc shows bright natural acidity and fresh flavors, with an underlying richness and complexity that balances the wine and adds fullness to the mouth-feel. It's the perfect wine to enjoy while prepairing meals or offer guests as they arrive. is a perfect pairing for foods with brighter acidity.
- Creamy or firm cheeses garnished with fresh seasonal fruit
- Grilled white fish, such a filet of sole with citrus and herbs
- Shrimp shish kabobs served over rice
- Crab cakes
- Thai cuisine or other light spicy foods
Our Oberon Chardonnay grapes are sourced from vineyards located within the sub-appellation of Los Carneros. The wine showcases balanced fruit, lingering acidity and rich flavors and aromas of caramelized white pear, fresh Fuji and Golden Delicious apple, apple blossoms and torched crème bruleé.
- Soft goat or cows milk cheeses
- White fish, such as halibut, black cod, or tilapia
- Chicken dishes with creamy sauces
- Light pastas with cream or butter sauces
- Caribean dishes with tropical fruit flavors
Oberon Merlot is a subtle marraige of flavors by blending fruit from emerging Napa Valley regions, taking advantage of different soil types and microclimates from around the valley. Dark red fruit and blueberry flavors with notes of chocolate and soft tannins is the perfect match for flavorful or light dishes.
- Classic hamburgers from the grill
- Steak or chicken shish kabobs
- Marinated pork chops
- Grilled or pan seared salmon
- Polenta and sautéed seasonable vegetables
- Pizza from the grill or from the oven
Oberon Cabernet Sauvignon boasts a beautifully seamless mouthfeel and rich, complex texture and flavors. Enjoy this wine's deep rich colors, supple tannins, and vibrant black cherry, candied blackberry and spices. A hint of coffee and dark chocolate create a lingering and delightful finish.
- Grilled steak seasoned simply with salt & pepper
- Flat iron steak served with crumbled gorgonzola
- Barbecued baby back ribs
- Plank-barbecued salmon
- Robust, hard cheeses