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Wine and Food Pairing 101

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Amy Fraser

on 30 May 2014

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Transcript of Wine and Food Pairing 101

The Six Noble Grapes
White Wine

Chardonnay
Sauvignon Blanc
Riesling
The "Analytical Approach"
The three principles for food and wine pairing:
Wine Countries
Old World:

France
Italy
Spain
Germany
Wine and Food Pairing 101
Overview
"The Noble Wines"

Old World vs. New World Wines

The "Analytical Approach"

Taste Buds

Activity

Tasting!


The Four Elements of Flavor
1) Smell

2) Taste

3) Feeling

4) Seeing
Red Wine

Cabernet Sauvignon
Merlot
Pinot Noir

New World:

Canada
USA
Australia
New Zealand
#1
Mirror the body, weight or overall intensity of both the wine and the food to ensure neither one overwhelms the other.
#2
Connect bridge ingredients in the food with flavors in the wine.
#3
Compare and contrast taste components between the wine and food based on the desired emphasis of the match.


Wine and Food Pairing Activity!
*Match the appropriate numbered description, with the correct corresponding wine listed*
References
Albanese, A., & Diaz, M. (2013, October 15). Wine Fundamentals Part 3: Old World vs. New World . . Retrieved , from http://parade.condenast.com/211206/allieandmeluncorked/wine-fundamentals-part-3-old-world-vs-new-world/

Moncel, B. (n.d.). The Six Noble Grapes. . Retrieved , from http://foodreference.about.com/od/Wine-Beer-Liquor/fl/The-Six-Noble-Grapes.htm

Street, J. (n.d.). An Introduction to Food and Wine Pairing. . Retrieved , from http://www.softchalk.com/lessonchallenge09/lesson/wineTutorial/wineTutorial_print.html
Thank You for listening!
Cheers!
Pinot Grigio & Boursin Cheese!!
Tasting time!
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