I did my study abroad program in Guanajuato, Mexico, where street tacos are a classic 'quick food' staple. Mexican food and culture holds a special place in my heart. But then again, so does Washington state wine. The 2013 Chardonnay by Chateau Ste Michelle is a food-friendly wine with bright apple and sweet citrus flavors. It's a full-bodied white that pairs well with not only with the fish in the tacos but also all the bright and flavorful toppings, like pickled onions and cilantro.
Here's a quick recipe that feeds 4: Slice a 1/2 red onion and marinate it in white vinegar and 2 heaping spoonfuls of sugar. While that's pickling, finely mince one large bell pepper (red or orange), 1 cup of cilantro, and half a head of purple cabbage. Finally, cook 1 1/2 lb filet of white fish (tilapia or cod are great for this). Once the fish is cooked, microwave your corn tortillas for about 10-15 seconds so they are malleable and don't break when you stuff them. Create your tacos with your chosen ingredients and enjoy with a glass of wine.