Casseroles make a cost-effective meal which, after the initial preparations, practically cooks itself. Casseroles can include seasonal ingredients and local foodstuffs, so it's worth dusting off your casserole dishes.
In essence, casseroles are a down-to-earth dish. This means that the accompanying wine should be fairly straightforward, flavoursome, soft and spicy.
When choosing a wine, also pay attention to the casserole's ingredients.
Wines accompanying casseroles are usually red, medium-bodied or full-bodied and fairly fruity.
If you want to drink a white wine with a casserole, the wine can be fragrant and rather soft in acidity.
Most beers are also excellent with casseroles.