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What wines are best to pair with sushi?

Sushi is a trend food that spans by many restaurants in different countries. That's because it offers a variety of flavours and a perfect nutrition for all types of bodies. When drinking the right wine for sushi, you should consider what is the best. We give you some signs so you do not get lost.

White wines

Depending on the type of sushi you eat, although it's often ...


Time for rosé wines: let's pair them!

Fresh, with notes of fruit and flowers and varied colours, rosé wine leaves a good mouthfeel, if we know to pair it correctly. Although it's not always easy, being between the whites and reds, it goes well with meats and fish, since it has the advantage of being suitable for a variety of foods. Learn more about the pairings for rosé wines.

Dry rosé. For this type of...


Which wines are best to pair with paella?

Paella is that great signature dish from Spain, which usually has its origin in Valencia, although it is consumed in several Spanish regions. Made with rice, broth, fish, meat or vegetables, there are a lot of types of paellas, all of them delicious. If you have questions about what kind of wine goes best with paella, we give some recommendations.

Seafood and fish paella...


Recipes with wine: a spring menu you can not miss

If you're looking for some inspiration to design a healthy and delicious menu this spring, be sure to read these recipes with wine.

Starter: Mushrooms in White Wine Sauce

This recipe, ideal for 2 people, has the delicate flavour of mushrooms complemented with a touch of white wine without overpowering their taste. Mushrooms strengthen the immune system, being rich in...


Grapes that have crossed borders and their most common food pairings

Do you know which grapes are the most popular ones? And which are the best pairings for them? Don't miss the infographic which we have elaborated just for you in order to offer you some information about the most common grapes as well as some pairings, so that you can enjoy their taste even more. And all that in the most simple and effective way! Discover and share!


Is it easier to pair cheese with beer than with wine?

Cheese is a one of the foods with more sensory nuances that can be found in the gastronomy of any country. So, according to its flavour and aroma characteristics, it is included in many dishes of all kinds, from starters to desserts, and also when it's consumed alone, and, therefore, is suitable for pairing, usually with wine.

The latest trend is to taste cheese...


Duck breast with fruit and rice

Duck breast with fruit and rice is a dish mainly prepared in the Christmas holidays, since it is a little difficult for everyday, but if you have a special meeting of family type and time available to do it, is always cause for praise at the table. Moreover, since duck is a white meat and its flavor is intense but with a softer texture than pork, beef or even other game...


One dish for every beer

Blonde, red, stronger and well spiced. Each beer has different specificities and is better or worse with a type of food. Since a while now, the pairing of beers is more and more taking into account. Many people are now interesting into knowing what beer goes better with each food to enhance its flavor.


The gin & tonic and its pairing

From tapas we pass to dishes and its tasting, then the art kitchen with new and impossible flavours and now everyone offers flavored gin & tonics with their pairing.

Yes, the tasting of gin and tonics is fashionable nowadays and not only in bars and restaurants, but at numerous gin and tonic tastings with their respective pairings to enjoy a full evening. We've seen it at...