Category: Food and wine

  • Chinese food and wine

    Pairing Chinese Food with Wine

    Chinese cuisine is one of the most diverse kitchens featuring all sorts of dishes and styles. Pairing Chinese cuisine with wine might be a bit unorthodox for many people, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't do it. On the contrary, proper wine can only enhance your Chinese dish. Continue reading

  • Glass of Prosecco

    Prosecco 101 – The Ultimate Guide

    Prosecco is one of the best tasting Italian wines that you shouldn't miss. If you'd like to learn more on this ultimate favorite drink, follow along as we guide you on how to enjoy every sip of it.

    So before you do your wine shopping in your favorite cellar shops, a little help from our guide will help you to pick the best bottle of Prosecco. You'll learn how it's made, the characteristics and how to enjoy it whatever the occasion. Continue reading

  • White wine and pizza

    Top 10 Wines to Serve With Pizza

    Pizza is a big part of modern living, and many can't even imagine their lives without it at least once per week. When it comes to drinks and pizza, a big percentage of the people opt for coke, beer, or some other soft drink.

    Serving pizza with wine may not be as popular as pizza and beer, but that's okay. Simultaneously, just because wine is not the default drink served with pizza, it doesn't mean that you shouldn't give it a try. Continue reading

  • Wine cocktails

    Cocktail Recipes For All Wine Lovers

    Cheers! It's the season to be jolly and make plenty of celebration drinks. With the pandemic going on and social distancing, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy a glass of our favorite cocktails at home.

    There's still a reason to celebrate with your family and be safe from the coronavirus by doing your party at home this holiday season. With that being said, you surely need a lineup of party cocktail mixes to keep you entertained on this special occasion. Continue reading

  • Dessert wines

    A Personal Guide to the Amazing World of Dessert Wines

    Dessert wines, also known as pudding wines in some regions in the world, are sweet wines served with dessert, and it’s no easy task to define them. In the USA, a wine needs to have more than 14% alcohol by volume for it to be described as a dessert wine. But at the same time, many fortified wines contain even more alcohol than 14%. Then there are German dessert wines that contain 50% less alcohol than that.

    You get the picture of why it is not easy to put a strict definition of what defines a dessert wine. Continue reading

  • Salmon and wine

    Everything You Need to Know About Pairing Wine with Salmon

    You are serving salmon for special occasions, and yet you are not sure which wine you should choose. As a general rule, salmon should be served along with a full-bodied white wine such as white pinot noir, white burgundy, white rioja, viognier, and so on. You get the picture!

    That's the short answer for those who are in a rush and need to obtain a bottle or a few for the upcoming dinner.

    However, if you have several minutes, keep on reading. We promise that we won’t turn you into a high flying sommelier, but we will share some pretty practical knowledge on pairing salmon and wine. Continue reading

  • Wine and steak

    The Ultimate Guide on How to Pair Wine and Steak

    Whether you are celebrating an anniversary, job promotion, or some other special occasion, indulging in a premium piece of steak is an excellent choice. Furthermore, pairing it with great wine can turn your meal into an unforgettable experience.

    The only issue here is how to choose the right wine. Continue reading

  • Dry white wine

    Dry White Wines – A Simple Guide

    There is an army of wine aficionados that prefer to drink dry white wines over any other wines. Dry wines such as Riesling, Pinot Grigio, and Sauvignon Blanc can be found in almost any part of the world where there are vineyards. Wine aficionados cherish them because they can be easily paired with various foods, as well as because of their crisp flavors. Then there is the fact that they are amazingly refreshing during the warm summer months. Continue reading

  • Wine and pork

    The Fine Art of Pairing Wine and Pork

    When it comes to pairing pork with a wine, there are no fast or hard rules. Generally speaking, most juicy reds and rich whites go nicely with pork. That's the one-line answer that doesn't give us too much to work with.

    To comprehend how to pair wine and pork, keep on reading as we will cover everything you need to know. Continue reading