Food Pairings

Spanish Gastronomy and Sparkling Wine

The importance of food and sparkling wine is understood by every country, it is a hallmark of fine dining, an experience that transcends what either counterpart can deliver on its own and the Spanish are one of the countries that showcase this perfectly, with fine cheese, perfectly cured meats, freshly caught fish and uniquely delicious…

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Champagne Roger Constant Lemaire and Toast Toppings

Toast Toppings and Champagne

Though we primarily think of toast at breakfast time, in fact it is quite a popular food throughout the day and regularly partnering dishes from canapés to main dishes. Surprisingly, toast sits in second place for the most popular breakfast choice with us Brits thus seeing cereal taking the top spot, nonetheless 12 million loaves…

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What Is Enogastronomy?

Enogastronomy = The Art Of Knowing How To Pair Wine With Food Making the connection between wine and food has for a long time been just a passion of wine and food lovers, but in recent years this art or skill for pairing wine with food has grown exponentially. Enogastronomy gained its popularity thanks to…

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Farm Cheeses with Champagne

When searching for your next slice of cheese, there is nothing better than exploring the local, or now distant, farm shops, thanks to the innovation of the cheese industry up and down the country, local cheeses can be delivered across the British Empire, so why not take advantage of it all and experience the wonderful…

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Muffins and Prosecco

Freshly baked, fluffy, sweet, delicious – these are all the words that will come to mind later on when we enjoy some divine Muffins, and better yet, we get to pair them with a bottle of Prosecco. These gorgeous muffins look as good as they taste and they are available for only £1.75 per set…

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Canada’s National Dish With Sparkling Wine

Do you feel like a plate of chips covered in gravy and topped with cheese? The Canadians sure do, as Poutine is Canada’s National Dish That’s what we’re exploring today, the delightful flavours of Canada, let’s see how the plate pairs with the glass, combining Cheesy, Gravy Chips with Canadian Sparkling Wine. Le Cep d’Argent…

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White Meat and Fish with Champagne

Why White Meats and Champagne?

Most of us, even if not the biggest of wine fans, will know of the rule of thumb quote ‘white wine for white meats (and fish) and red wine for red meats’. Depending on the style and quality of the wine chosen, this phrase is relatively a safe bet in most cases and worthy of…

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Octopus and Sake – A Taste of Japan

The Octopus is considered a delicacy, it’s mainly enjoyed in Asia and the Mediterranean, but can be enjoyed all over the world, we’re taking this opportunity to pair the Octopus with two different bottles of Sake, Rice Wine from Japan, to see how the two flavours combine, but first, let’s find out a little about…

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What Sparkling Wine To Pair With Deviled Eggs?

The wonderful, the heavenly, the devilishly delicious, Deviled Eggs possess a name of evil, but in fact, deliver a taste of virtue. The Deviled Eggs can also be referred to as Dressed Eggs, Russian Eggs or Stuffed Eggs, the simple way of explaining them would be to boil an egg, cut it in half, remove…

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