Pairings | Sweet and sour
As with most foods, the best wine pairing with pork depends how the pork is cooked, and what it’s served with.
Good news! The best wine with chicken can be either red or white - it depends on your own personal taste and the way it’s cooked.
All countries like to boast that their signature grape variety goes with practically everything but in the case of Hungary’s furmint it’s true.
With Chinese new year coming up this weekend you may be planning a trip to a Chinese restaurant or planning a Chinese meal at home. But which wine to serve?
Well, I don’t know about easy but there must be some easier way to get people into German wine . . .
I’ve written before about pairing wine with Chinese food - and so have some of my contributors but here’s a slightly different way of going about it that may help you decide which bottle to choose and make your pairings more successful. It involves deciding which flavours are predominant in a dish or selection of dishes.
Celebrations come thick and fast at this time of the year - first Burns' Night, and now Chinese New Year and Australia Day. Since both fall on the same day this year I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone (terrible expression but you know what I mean) and mark the Year of the Ox with a beef recipe matched with an Australian wine.