For a while, I wasn’t touching dessert wines at all because I was scared that I’d pair it incorrectly or that it would be way too sweet for my liking. However, there are ways to ensure that a bottle of dessert wine would be enjoyed just as much as your next red or white.
And yet, another wine from France — and yes, another one from the Burgundy region. But I’m not going to apologize because you’ll thank me for this one. This wine is a very neutral wine. Good to pair with a number of dishes. For those who like to keep a few bottles around the house, this one is a good choice. Continue reading
When trying to get familiar with wine, the best advice is to try a new bottle each time you order a glass or go wine-shopping at the the market. I, myself, didn’t start to get familiar with wine until not too long ago. However, it makes a difference when you really start to explore wines and wine regions that you may not have ever tried, have ever heard of, or one that you can’t even pronounce. Because trust me, I’ve been there. Continue reading
For this post, I decided to do something a little fun. I made a make-believe menu for my make-believe restaurant. I’ll never actually be good enough at cooking to become the real deal, but a girl can dream! Continue reading
This week’s wine is particularly special because it’s an older, aged bottle. Aging wine can get tricky because there is a specific process to aging them. First, you must know the wine well so that you exactly how long to age it. Second, you must turn the bottle every once in awhile to prevent the sediments from collecting in one spot for too long. This wine was aged just right. Let’s get started: Continue reading