What is a good wine to go with chicken fettuccine Alfredo?!

Question: What is a good wine to go with chicken fettuccine Alfredo!?
I want to get a bottle of wine under $20 that will go well with a Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo!. Any recommendations!?

I would like something a little lighter and easier to handle for someone who isnt a big wine drinker!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I would recommend a dry Gewurztraminer!. They can be fresh, crisp and clean all things that will help cut the thick creamy taste of the fettucine!. They go well with spicy food like Thai as well!.

Some that fit in your price range:
Fetzer Valley Oaks
Handley Vineyard
Domaine Michel Fonne

If you want a white, I advise a sauvignon blanc!. They're a bit mellower than chardonnay, which I often think is too harsh!. Fetzer has a good one for abot $7 !.

But the sharp parmesan in alfredo I think goes well also with red, and the lightest, fruitiest red is pinot noir!. Beringer is always a good table wine and costs about $14 !.


As your sommelier of the moment I recommend Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc/ Viognier!. It's light and very pleasant, with the sweetness of the Viognier off-set by the slight dryness of the Chenin Blanc!. A perfect match for your dish, at about $15 a bottle!. It's available here in SoCal at the supermarket!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

A Pinot Grigio is light and really great ~ you can find one for less than $20 for sure

Vendage Chardoney is really great and you can get a huge bottle for less than $20 and it taste really good Www@FoodAQ@Com

A good Semillon would go brilliantly!.

Chardonnay is not a good choice as the heavy oak flavours in Chardonnay is neither what you are after or a good compliment to the food!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

either a voigner or a chardonnay!.

some like a reisling with their chicken, none of them i'd deny!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

an Italian Pinot Grigio - I like Santi Aposti or CaldaroWww@FoodAQ@Com

pinot grigioWww@FoodAQ@Com


chianti has to be the bestWww@FoodAQ@Com

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