Romancing With Wine and Food

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You can always impress your date by romancing with wine and food. Everyone knows that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and as for the wine we still aren’t sure on that one. However, most women love gourmet food and wine, so the man who can provide that and more is sure to impress his date for the evening.

Other countries like Italy, Brazil, and France are said to be known to have the guidebook on romancing with wine and food. The experience of romance with wine and food means that it is about the whole experience, with everything from the appetizer to the dessert; however don’t forget the environment in which the meal takes place.

Part of romancing with wine and food begins with the ambience, and nothing says romance like dining according to the seasons. During the summertime, dining outside can make all the difference in the world. You can enjoy the warm weather, and enjoy the food that goes with the season. Appetizers with fresh fruit and cheese are best for the warmer season, and pair well with chilled wine.

Main dishes should also include food that is popular during the season. Fresh salads with mixed greens and fresh vegetables are always great. Salads can be mixed with fresh grilled chicken, strip steak and fresh cheese. Chicken is always best grilled, and fresh fish is always light and is great during the warmer season. Fresh salmon can be served with fresh seasonings and fresh lemon to squeeze over it.

The best side dish is always fresh vegetables that are grilled or sliced raw and placed on the plate next to the main course. Fresh vegetables are a part of the main course in many other countries, and they are good for you. Always have a fresh chilled beverage in the warmer season, whether it’s a fresh juice, or a fresh juice mixed with sparking water and a touch of wine to make a spritzer.

Romancing with wine and food isn’t complete without a dessert. Fresh fruit and sorbet are a sure way to go in the warm weather, and pairs well with chilled wine. White wines tend to be drier, and red wines are fruitier. Choosing is best determined by whether or not the dessert is more important, or if the wine is the priority. If the dessert is what you are craving, then you will choose a wine that pairs with it.

Choosing the wine first will then point you in the direction of the dessert. The rule of thumb is that the sweetness of the wine should override the dessert. Part of the romance is knowing something about the wines and how they go well with desserts before taking your beloved out to dinner. This will be sure to impress them when you want to use wine and food as your tools for romance.

Romance is about being creative, but it’s also about creating an experience. Romance doesn’t quite work with fast food, so be sure to check around for those places at home that have a great selection of wine and food.

Source by Donna Beasley