Pairing Salts™ Eliminates the Guesswork So You Can Prepare Dazzling Meals for Your Friends.

Pairing Salts™ chef-curated blends combine salt with select whole spices to enhance the honest tastes of your food so you can pair your next dish with the perfect wine, simply by reading the label.

Pinot Noir 1

Seasoning Ingredients

Tamarind, urfa, New Mexico hatch chili, spices

About The Pairing

Pinot Noir 1 adds soft sweet notes and savory heat to your dishes. The combination of spices adds a richness to your meals and brings out the body and fruit in your Pinot Noir wines.

Pairs especially well with:

  • Roasted or cured meats like chicken, lamb, duck, salmon, tuna
  • Earthy or root vegetables like beets, mushroom, carrots, parsnips, fennel, broccoli, cauliflower
  • Homemade grilling rubs, marinades and sauces

Meal Idea

Seared lamb burgers | Roasted cauliflower
Recommended pairing with medium-bodied Pinot Noir wine

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Syrah 1

Seasoning Ingredients

Shitake powder, paprika, cumin, spice

About The Pairing

Syrah 1 is a seasoning for everyday rounding out the flavors of any meal and adding an overall robust texture to both red and white meats and richness to sauces, stews, braises.  This blend also adds body to the wine and enhances the mild spice and fruit typically found in Syrahs.

Pairs especially well with:

  • Grilled or braised meats like beef short ribs, ribeye, sausage, duck, lamb, venison
  • Grilled vegetables like peppers, mushrooms, onions, zucchini, eggplant
  • Savory condiments like mayonnaise, ketchup, and homemade BBQ sauce

Meal Idea

Braised chicken with mushrooms, carrots, and onions | Quinoa
Recommended pairing with full-bodied Syrah wine

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Cabernet 1

Seasoning Ingredients

Hibiscus, shallots, mint, spice

About The Pairing

Cabernet 1 is a voluptuous seasoning with floral notes and mint to add richness and real flavor to your dishes. This combination brings out the fruit and vegetal notes that are buried in these big wines and neatly balances the heavy tannins (dry sensation) and acidity typically found in Cabernet Sauvignon wines.

Pairs especially well with:

  • Meats like lamb, beef, pork, venison, rabbit
  • Astringent vegetables like tomatoes, red peppers, red cabbage, endive, bitter greens
  • Nuts like walnuts, almonds, pecans

Meal Idea

Seared strip steak | Homemade oven roasted fries
Recommended pairing with full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon wine

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Cabernet 2

Seasoning Ingredients

Dutch dark cocoa, pasilla peppers, rosemary, spices

About The Pairing

Cabernet 2 adds texture to your meals with notes of dark cocoa and a slight tingle of heat. This seasoning adds flavor sophistication to any big Cabernet Sauvignon 2 by balancing the heavy, assertive fruit and tannins (dry sensation) typically found in these wines.

Pairs especially well with:

  • Grilled or seared meats like lamb, beef, pork, venison, rabbit
  • Grilled or fried vegetables like tomatoes, red peppers, red cabbage, endive, bitter greens
  • Toasted nuts like walnuts, almonds, pecans

Meal Idea

Grilled wings | Roasted rainbow carrots 
Recommended pairing with full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon or Cabernet Franc

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Chardonnay 1

Seasoning Ingredients

Black cardamom, shallots, ginger, spice

About The Pairing

Chardonnay 1 is a full-flavored seasoning with hints of smoke and an herbaceous spice to boost the flavor of your meals. These flavors also balance the buttery, fruit notes in oaked chardonnay and round out the citrus notes of typically found in unoaked Chardonnay wines.

Pairs especially well with:

  • Lean or sweet meats like chicken, pork, veal, halibut, shrimp, scallops
  • Naturally sweet vegetables like carrots, parsnips, corn, squash, sweet potatoes
  • Creamy textures of sauces, soups, pastas, risotto

Meal Idea

Sauteed clams with pork belly | Grilled corn on the cob
Recommended pairing with oaked Chardonnay wine

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Riesling 1

Seasoning Ingredients

Kaffir, fennel, caraway, spices

About The Pairing

Riesling 1 contains hints of anise plus delicate citrus  to add texture and flavor to your meals. The combined flavors soften dry Riesling wines and reduce the sugary taste in fruit-forward Riesling wines, adding elegance their drinkability.

Pairs especially well with:

  • Smoked or mildly sweet meats like duck, bacon, chicken, lobster, crab
  • Less-astringent vegetables like potatoes, broccoli, green beans, asparagus, cauliflower
  • Spicy and fruity extras like jalapeno, red chili, fresh ginger, stone fruit or berry sauces

Meal Idea

Fried Tilapia | Sauteed green beans
Recommended pairing with dry Riesling wine

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