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Friday, May 13, 2016

Which wine from Delices and Gourmandises choose for your dessert?

Finding the best association of wine and dessert is not easy because you have to marry tastes and aromas. The combination must be perfect for ending a meal in the best way. You will find a wide range of high quality wines in the cellar of Delices and Gourmandises.

What kind of wine can be served at dessert?

You can choose between 3 sorts of wine for accompanying your dessert: semi-sweet wines or natural sweet wines, sparkling wines, and liqueur wines. Their tastes and aromas can perfectly marry the sweet or acidulous taste of fruits and pastries. In order to avoid sour notes in the association, it is recommended to choose on one hand beverages that can be drunk chilled, and on the other hand wines which acidity will not ruin the taste of the dessert you will serve. The wine and the dessert should be complementary and not dominate each other.
So, the cakes, the cobblers and the pies will be best served accompanied with a semi-sweet or sweet white wine. If you planned an iced dessert as ice creams or dessert made of fresh fruits, opt for a sparkling wine or a liqueur wine for best benefiting from the tastes. You can find some delicious wine in Delices and Gourmandises cellar.

Delices and Gourmandises: the chocolate aromatized desserts need specific wines

The chocolate aromatized desserts have to be considered in a different way. The desserts made with chocolate have to be served with red wine that have strong grilled aromas. La Mayanne or the Château La Carelle from the vineyards of the Rhône valley and the wines as a Côtes du Rhône, but the Mon Bijou sparkling wines proposed by Delices and Gourmandises would be perfect. These wines have tastes and aromas that have a more or less strong connotation of cocoa which would ideally accompany the chocolate.


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