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… followed by Italy with 16 percent, France with twelve percent and Spain with nine percent. In the food retail sector, consumers spent an average of 3.12 €/l, which is three cents more than in the previous…
… department of a major restaurant company based in Tokyo and a director of a restaurant & food service company based in New York, he joined Winart magazine when it was launched in 97 as a chief…
… the vines are rooted. read moreVegan wines in greater demand Vegan is not only in high demand for food. Recently, people have also asked whether wine is suitable for vegans. But what is a vegan wine? read…
… soil conditions the aroma and taste of the wine remain so unmistakably Cabernet. When paired with food, Cabernet Sauvignon is the perfect match for roast beef or lamb with dark sauces.Cabernet Sauvignon -…
… created dry, semi-dry or noble sweet. Riesling is wonderfully refreshing in this diversity and as a food companion goes particularly well with fish and poultry dishes with light sauces, or vegetable ragout. As…
… With its delicate, earthy and fruity tones and easily digestible acid, Silvaner makes an excellent food match, classically with asparagus, but also excellent with fish.
… in Italy. Grauburgunder denotes the sleeker, drier style, which harmonizes with many types of food, while the richer, fuller-bodied and more fragrant version is called Ruländer. The latter is named…
…Weißburgunder - light summer wine, ideal for food pairing This ancient variety, which is known as Pinot Blanc in France, grows in fertile or chalky soil and ripens quite late. It is harvested later than…
… Often fermented as a noble sweet, but increasingly also as a dry wine. Perfect with Asian food and cheese, also unbeatable as a stimulating, refreshing aperitif and summer terrace wine.
… that it is open. Here the vintners serve their guests homemade wine with inexpensive regional food. Some winegrowers offer overnight stays which is a blissful culmination to an eventful day in the wine…