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Main » 2010 » December » 14 » Pair Your Wine with Your Gourmet Dishes
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Pair Your Wine with Your Gourmet Dishes
Wine is needed in small social gatherings, dinner parties or big social events. People have their own preference in type or brands of wine for personal drinking but in social gatherings, you will have to serve a varied types of wines. A good wine must also bring out the richness of the food. You can either choose from among the basic and most common types of wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay white wine, Merlot, Pinot Noir, champagne or sparkling wine. nnThe basic guideline when choosing a drink for a particular meal is matching the type of meat with a type of wine. Red wine like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, or Australian Shiraz are ideal for red meat dishes or dishes with dark sauces. On the other hand, fish and poultry dishes are nice with white wines like Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay. These basic guidelines are not strict rules that are required to follow. For choosing an appropriate type of wine, these are simple general ideas or guides. To meet their preferences, people can twist the rule a little. nnChampagne or sparkling wine is great with appetizers. Light drinks like champagne is a good start to several courses of meal. People can choose a more bitter-tasting wine for saltier dishes. Salt is known to reduce the bitterness taste in food or drinks. nnRed wine is good for steaks and red meats but if guests will prefer white wine than one can choose a Chardonnay white wine that is still quite suitable to the food. For cream sauces or pasta, white wine is also ideal. Lighter red wine like Beaujolais or Pinot Noir can also be applicable to fish cuisines even if they usually come with white wine. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Riesling are white wines that will go well with seafoods. nnIn social functions, it is better to have a good set of red, white and sparkling wine to meet the preference of every guests. Some folks may prefer only red or white wines and may not be too keen on matching a type of wine with their food. You would not have to worry if you have a stock of a varied set of wines for your dinner party
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