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Garganega is a grape widely grown in the Veneto region and the foundation of many Soaves. It's got bright citrusy notes that perk up the overall appearance, but also ripe fruitiness which, together with the gentle spiciness (courtesy of oak barrels among other things) make this a great match for Asian cuisine.

Garganega is a grape widely grown in the Veneto region and the foundation of many Soaves. It's got bright citrusy notes that perk up the overall appearance, but also ripe fruitiness which, together with the gentle spiciness (courtesy of oak barrels among other things) make this a great match for Asian cuisine.

This New Zealand Riesling is dry, with balanced acidity and fruitiness without too much sweetness. Try it with Asian inspired fish or seafood dishes or to cut through the fatty richness or pork. PS. There's a recipe pairing for it, too!

This New Zealand Riesling is dry, with balanced acidity and fruitiness without too much sweetness. Try it with Asian inspired fish or seafood dishes or to cut through the fatty richness or pork. PS. There's a recipe pairing for it, too!

Made of native Sicilian grape Nerello Mascalese with wonderful crisp lightness and mineral acidity (courtesy if the volcanic terroir) this is a perfect wine for tomato-based pastas and pizzas, too! A recipe for it on the blog!

Made of native Sicilian grape Nerello Mascalese with wonderful crisp lightness and mineral acidity (courtesy if the volcanic terroir) this is a perfect wine for tomato-based pastas and pizzas, too! A recipe for it on the blog!

This Italian whie is a blend of Viognier, Chardonnay, Vermentino and Pecorino. Dry with nice acidity and oakiness to give it more body. Versatile wine for which I have a recipe pairing, too!

This Italian whie is a blend of Viognier, Chardonnay, Vermentino and Pecorino. Dry with nice acidity and oakiness to give it more body. Versatile wine for which I have a recipe pairing, too!

A brilliant Pinot Noit from New Zealand and a perfect reminder of why I tend to gravitate towards new world when choosing a Pinor Noir. Lovely warmth, mellow berriness and a perfect match for Middle Eastern flavours and dishes with salty, acidic components - I have just the recipe for it!

A brilliant Pinot Noit from New Zealand and a perfect reminder of why I tend to gravitate towards new world when choosing a Pinor Noir. Lovely warmth, mellow berriness and a perfect match for Middle Eastern flavours and dishes with salty, acidic components - I have just the recipe for it!

Carménère is not the first thing you'd think of when matching wine with Indian food. But, this interesting grape with exciting history is a surprisingly good match! Read more - and find my recipe pairing for it on the blog! #wine #winelover #foodandwine #carmenere #indianfood #redwine

Carménère is not the first thing you'd think of when matching wine with Indian food. But, this interesting grape with exciting history is a surprisingly good match! Read more - and find my recipe pairing for it on the blog! #wine #winelover #foodandwine #carmenere #indianfood #redwine

Asian food  <3 Riesling. The ones from Mosel, Germany tend to be more acidic than fruity sweet. Psst. I also have a recipe to go with this! #wine #foodandwine #Riesling #Mosel

Asian food <3 Riesling. The ones from Mosel, Germany tend to be more acidic than fruity sweet. Psst. I also have a recipe to go with this! #wine #foodandwine #Riesling #Mosel

This fantastic Cremant d'Alsace from Wolfberger  is a great (and affordable!) alternative to Champagne. A recipe for this, too, on the b log!

This fantastic Cremant d'Alsace from Wolfberger is a great (and affordable!) alternative to Champagne. A recipe for this, too, on the b log!

Hispano+Suizas Bassus is a great, complex Pinot Noir full of personality. It comes from a winery in Spain, west of Valencia, and their are the only Pinot Noir vines in the region. Perfect for variety of meat dishes: Middle Eastern flavours, game, game birds, spicy sausages, liver... and I have a recipe for it too!

Hispano+Suizas Bassus is a great, complex Pinot Noir full of personality. It comes from a winery in Spain, west of Valencia, and their are the only Pinot Noir vines in the region. Perfect for variety of meat dishes: Middle Eastern flavours, game, game birds, spicy sausages, liver... and I have a recipe for it too!

Grüner Veltliner is Austria's pride and joy and this is fine specimen. Aromatic fruitiness, minerality and peppery acidity make this a superb wine. Works well with herby dishes and balances rich foods. Try my recipe for this!

Grüner Veltliner is Austria's pride and joy and this is fine specimen. Aromatic fruitiness, minerality and peppery acidity make this a superb wine. Works well with herby dishes and balances rich foods. Try my recipe for this!

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