OregonWines.com suggests serving the following types of wine while enjoying Gruyere. Click on a wine type to search our database for matching wines.
||A rich, full bodied wine with fruity, spicy, oaky flavors, and with deep red to red-brown hues.|
||A full-bodied wine with deep-red colors. Aged for several years before drinking, it has a rich, oaky flavor.|
||Typically aged in oak, it is dry in flavor, with strong aromas, and has a golden hue. It is also used to produce Champagne and méthode Champenoise wines.|
||A medium-bodied, moderately sweet, fruity wine, with red-brown hues.|
||A light-bodied, fruity wine with ruby red hues.|
||Light green in color and with soft flavors when young, an aged Riesling will have a darker, golden color, and in some cases, even a 'petrol' characteristic.
||A light, dry wine with fruity, grassy flavors, and light yellow hues.|