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Thoughts on ‘Pairing Wine and Food’

Here is the post which I wrote for the new interesting project I’m involved in. We (The Dinner Party Collective crowd) want to recreate the Art of “food together” by offering complete seasonal menus which people around the world can use to bring friends and families around the dinner table. Where there is food, there should be wine, and the wine should “work” with food. Here are some thoughts on making food and wine work together. Enjoy (and share your thoughts)!

The Dinner Party Collective

Salmon & Wines | The Dinner Party Collective

Written by Anatoli (of Talk-a-Vino)

The Dinner Party Collective started a few months ago by Margot (of Gather and Graze), as an attempt to reinforce the Art of Food Together as one of the best forms of human interaction. The result is a complete menu which you can enjoy cooking and serving to your guests and family – but in essence, there is a lot more here. We (TDPC crowd) want to offer you more than just a menu you can cook. We want to make your meal an experience. How? By going to the next step and pairing food with wine. Food is definitely a centerpiece of a meal experience, but the addition of wine takes it to the next level. Something which we call a “food and wine pairing”, when done successfully, creates a heavenly combination out of the bite of food in your mouth and a…

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  1. June 10, 2015 at 10:35 am

    So it has begun! Well done, my friend! This is so exciting! 🙂

    • talkavino
      June 10, 2015 at 10:37 am

      Thank you Francesca! It will be an interesting ride!

  2. June 10, 2015 at 5:18 pm

    Great post, Anatoli. Looking forward to your wine and food pairing suggestions. Cheers!

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