WINE PAIRING: Hungarian goulash and natural Kadarka

Goulash, a rich meat stew, is one of the national dishes of Hungary. It can be prepared with beef, veal, pork or lamb and is seasoned with paprika and other spices. We chose the pork version for today. Cut the pork into 2cm cubes. Heat the olive oil in a large pan over a medium […]

WINE PAIRING: Zucchini Linguine with Herbs and Grüner Veltliner

Grüner Veltliner is the signature wine grape of Austria. Classic Grüner Veltliner wines show citrus aromas, such as lemon peel and grapefruit, complemented by fresh vegetal notes and green, herbaceous flavours. Grüner Veltliner is one of the most versatile food wine in the world due to its ability to pair with “difficult” foods such as […]

WINE PAIRING: Chicken polpettine and Tornatore Pietrarizzo

One of the wine and food pairings of our Christmas Wine Tasting will be something truly delicious – Tornatore Etna Bianco Pietrarizzo and chicken polpettine with lemon sauce. Polpettine are small Italian meatballs that usually made with ground pork, beef or poultry. There are variations of polpettine in just about every region of the country. […]

WINE PAIRING: Chèvre and Sauvignon Blanc

Goat cheese, also known as chèvre, refers to any cheese made from goat’s milk. It comes in a wide variety of flavours and textures, from soft and spreadable fresh cheese to salty, crumbly aged cheese. Goat cheese is a good source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. As a delicious addition to many recipes, […]

WINE PAIRING: Millefeuille of beetroot and Prosecco

Do you like beetroot? Even if you don’t, just try the dish we will talk today about. Pretty sure, you will like it. Millefeuille of beetroot is really easy to prepare. Place the beets in a pot and cook them in boiling water for about 30 minutes or until tender. Mix marinade ingredients: vinegar, honey […]

WINE PAIRING: Chicken soba noodle salad with Riesling

If you’re wondering what to drink with noodles you need to think about the way they’re cooked and what flavours they have. Chicken Soba noodle salad, which we’ve chosen for today, consists of Japanese noodles made from buckwheat flour, poached ginger chicken and some fresh vegetables. It’s often served with Goma dressing, which is a […]

WINE PAIRING: Beef Shawarma with Chateau Musar Red

What about to explore some new foods and bring a little piece of Lebanon into your kitchen? Being truly spectacular, the Lebanese cuisine focuses on herbs, spices, and fresh ingredients. The most commonly eaten meats, poultry and lamb, make up some of the country’s most popular dishes. Let’s discover today which wine goes well with […]

WINE PAIRING: Slow cooked beef and Syrah

Days are so rainy this week, we are definitely in the mood for something warm and powerful for dinner tonight. We find that pairing slow cooked beef with red wine is a perfect idea. It’s a natural pair, where slowly cooked, melt in your mouth beef stew goes equally well with a glass of a […]

WINE PAIRING: Leek Terrine with goat cheese and Viognier

French Leek Terrine with goat cheese and Viognier! Have you ever tried them together? Sounds delicious, doesn’t it? The fresh, vibrant leek terrine, which has the natural sweetness and slipperiness of the leeks, perfectly combined with salty and smooth textured goat’s cheese. As a typical example of French cuisine, the terrine is a wonderful mix […]

WINE PAIRING: Charcuterie with Bodegas Protos

Are you expecting some guests tonight? And thinking about what you can serve to them as great starters? Offering Charcuterie and some red wine might be an option then!  🙂 Originated in France, and it translates to “pork-butcher shop”, Charcuterie is a branch of cookery involving prepared meats, such as ham, sausage, bacon or other […]