- Dec 18, 2015
Do you usually pair wine and food ? what is your favourite menu?
In general, the "rules" pair red wine with red meat and white wine with poultry or fish. That said, we serve both and drink whatever we please!
We do. As an example, our Christmas dinner will be a roast beef (boneless ribeye roast) with lyonnaise potatoes and roasted vegetables. This menu calls for a bold red wine. I have a couple of bottles of cabernet sauvignon that will go well with it.
In general, I would tell you to drink what you like and ignore the "rules". However, there rules exist because they work.
I'm partial to Cold Duck with turkey.
That's very kind of your mother-in-lawA wonderful planning you have Carry, maybe I'm going to order drink online too for New Years Eve. As far as the accompaniment, my mother-in-law can do the work, she knows everything about regional/international food. I thought Delices Gourmandises sell gourmet food and French pastries only, it's good to hear that they sell wine too. I just wonder about the quality products.
Wine is well-known to reduce risks of diabetes, breast and colon cancer even it is believed to have anti-aging power thanks to the compound of the grapes from which most of red wines are produced; it is often used to treat aging related diseases such as blood vessels growth, prostate cancer for men, liver disease...