How to Host a Wine Tasting Dinner

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Thursday, Oct 26 2017 - Tuesday, Jul 31 2018
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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How to Host a Wine Tasting Dinner
Thursday, Oct 26 2017 - Tuesday, Jul 31 2018 , 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM


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An excellent burden to perform a wine tasting party is to unite it with a wine tasting meal. It wouldn't be an excellent idea to try to do this for a party of 20 or more, but for a more intimate party of 4 to 8 friends. A wine tasting dinner is a fantastic idea.

So the first thing that you want to do would be to choose which type of wine you'd like to serve your dinner. If you're given a little and you really loved it, thrilled, you might go through the full realm of wine, starting with a white wine together with the first course, film on a red wine along with your next class, and at a dessert wine with your dessert.

There are no hard and fast rules, but as you enter a growing number of wine tasting, you might discover that certain foods proceed with certain wines. As a rule of thumb, light foods such as seafood, fish, poultry, Asian foods, go better with white wine. And for an after dinner treat, it is possible to serve either a dessert or cheeses using a dessert wine.

If you want to start off your dinner with some appetizers, you might try serving a few oysters paired with a sauvignon blanc or a Chardonnay. Notice how the wine that has been chosen as the light, crisp, fruity wine and you are pairing it with a light food. White wines will also go nicely with mild cheeses.

If however you wanted to move on to red wines, then you can choose your next course to be some type of pasta with red sauce and then set it with a beef dish. You could pair both of these dishes with a beautiful Cabernet Sauvignon. Cabernet wine is a heartier breeze than white wine is, exactly like the beef is a heavier dish compared to fish. This pairing of thicker wines with food that is heavier isn't a hard and fast rule; it is just a general rule. There is not anything to say that you cannot have a white wine with a dish, regardless of fact I have had the opportunity to try out this pairing and I've found it to be good.

As you move on to dinner at the end of your wine tasting dinner, you really have three alternatives. There's nothing to say that a white wine does not go well with dessert, since I have had lots of white wines that taste yummy was dessert. I happen to believe Pinot Gris and canned peaches make a great combination. You could however also do something which some people never think about, and that is to pair your Cabernet using chocolate. Additionally, this is a wonderful flavor combination.

If however, you are wishing to try out the full array of wines, and you began your dinner with white and moved on to red, then you may want to live wine tasting dinner with a dessert wine. It may be either white or red. The most common in my experience has been to find white dessert wines, but interface is a red wine, also it's a dessert wine. Port also goes excellent with chocolate. If you're planning to use a white dessert wine, you may want to pair it with some kind of fruit to get a great taste blend.

As long as you're just using a group of friends getting together to eat some food and drink some wine, then you can do it anyway you'd like. The major thing about a wine tasting dinner would be to try unique lines with different foods, and see how the combinations taste to you. If you are serving a pasta with cream sauce and a Chardonnay, and you don't enjoy theflavor combination, simply grab another bottle of wine.

Wine tasting dinners are not about making certain that you have the perfect food and wine combination, it is about getting together with people you prefer and sharing wine and food with a few fantastic conversations. Of course you want the table to look fine and you are interested in getting the food and wine to taste great, but the procedure is all about tasting.









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