Delices and Gourmandises helps you to choose your wines for Valentine’s Day

If you want to make sure that your meal for Saint Valentine’s Day will be a success, you can follow these Delices and Gourmandises good advices to help you to choose the wines you will serve to your valentine.


The basics by Delices and Gourmandises

Before the recommendation for choosing the best wines that would fit your meals, one of the best advices that can be given to you by Delices and Gourmandises is that anticipating is the best way to avoid a catastrophe during the meal.

As it is easier to heat a wine than to chill it, think about the best serving temperature for each wine you will propose : champagne is best between 7°C and 11°C, a fine wine between 9°C and 12°, a red wine between 14°C and 17°C abd white wine between 8°C and 13°C.

Keep also in mind that as the meal goes on, the palate and the rain are less sensible. So you’d better serve the best ones at the beginning of the meal and keep the simple ones for the end.

Delices and Gourmandises wine suggestions

It is not very easy to suggest wine when you do not know what the meal is made of. The Delices and Gourmandises catalog bets on the wines produced by the little vineyards that smells the passion of winery and the French terroir.

For the opening if the meals, nothing is better than the fruity taste of aperitifs as the Pêche et Abricot or the Figue et Noix that would perfectly accompany a dish of foie gras.

With red meats, you can choose within the range of red wines as the Côtes du Rhône like the Domaine de Lascamp, or, for those who prefer Bordeaux wines, the Château La Vinata that is perfect for holyday meals.

And for the best meal end, opt for the brut sparkling wine Mon bijou.


Posted on January 16, 2017, in recipes, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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