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Kosher food: how is it?

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The kashrut is a series of laws regulating the Jewish religion preparation and consumption of food. The term kosher or casher thus defines the set of safe food, which exclude animals considered “impure” such as pork and shellfish, most of the insects, including some lobsters, mixtures of meat and milk…

Accepted animals must also be killed following a few defined guidelines, and agricultural products should also comply with particular precepts. The reasons for this can be sought both in Jewish philosophy, which according to some theologians gives kosher animals representing virtues, while non-kosher symbolize vices, such as health and health reasons, although this is quite debatable.

Mammals that can be consumed, in general, have two fundamental characteristics: they must have a cloven hoof and be ruminants, while birds have traditionally been kosher, and fish must have fins and scales. All invertebrates are prohibited, excepting certain types of grasshoppers, as already mentioned, as well as reptiles and amphibians.

In addition, among other foods, also the meat of an animal that is considered kosher is prohibited if it has not been slaughtered according to the laws of shechinah; for example animals showing lesions or significant defects; their blood; certain parts of the abdominal fat of cattle; or fruit produced by a tree in the first three years after planting, which also affects the grapes and the wine that they produce at later stage.

Certain mixtures such as meat and milk are not permitted, plants that have grown together, such as any grain or vegetable planting are also prohibited with a vineyard, milk that has been mixed with non-kosher animals and their derivatives.

As for the wine, it must be produced exclusively by Jews and grapes can not be stepped on, because the feet are considered impure. Thus, all wines, to be considered kosher, require special certification by a rabbi, something that producers in many parts of the world are increasingly aware of.

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Nexus Kosher 2013

 

 

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Domaine de la Commanderie (Kosher) 2014

 

 

Chocolate and wine: 2 delicious desserts you can’t resist

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If your two passions are wine and chocolate, you’re in luck! Today, we’ll show you how to combine these delicacies in some dessert recipes with delicious wine.

French Gâteau with wine and chocolate

Ingredients:

  • 6 egg-yellow
  • 1 ½ cups of flour
  • 1 tablespoon of baking powder
  • ½ cup of unsweetened cocoa
  • 1 cup of sweet white wine
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar

For the filling:

  • 2 cups of heavy cream
  • 4 tablespoons of confectioners’ sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa
  • 2 tablespoons of instant coffee

For the wine syrup:

  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 3 tablespoons of sweet white wine

Preparation:

  1. For the syrup, boil the water and sugar for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and add the wine.
  2. For the frosting, mix the egg-yellow with the sugar for 15 minutes. Then, sieve the flour, baking powder and cocoa. Mall together and add the cup of wine.
  3. Pour the mixture into a buttered 22cm diameter-recipient and bake at 170 degrees for 40 minutes.
  4. For the filling, mix the cream with powdered sugar and sprinkle some cocoa and coffee to mix again.
  5. Cut the cake horizontally into 4 parts. Pour the syrup of wine and then spread the whipped cream.
  6. Put together the layers of cake and decorate again with cream. 

Chocolate cake with red wine

Ingredients:

  • 90 grammes of dark chocolate
  • 1 egg
  • 30 grammes of butter
  • 30 grammes of sugar
  • 40 grammes of flour
  • 1 of vanilla
  • 70 ml of red wine

For the cream:

  • 370 grammes of condensed milk
  • 50 ml of evaporated milk
  • 3 egg egg-yellow
  • vanilla pod

Preparation:

  1. Mix the sugar with the eggs. Add the chocolate and the melted butter.
  2. Mix the vanilla with the flour and add the wine.
  3. Pour the dough into a greased baking pan. Bake at 170 degrees for 40 minutes.
  4. To prepare the cream, heat the condensed and evaporated milk while mixing with the vanilla pod. Then remove the vanilla pod and heat the mixture a little more.
  5. Mix the egg yolks and warm milk.
  6. Pour the cream into a pan and low heat it stirring constantly until it thickens.
  7. Remove from heat and bring to the refrigerator.
  8. Serve the cake with some cream on top.

To accompany, how about a delicious wine?

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Sangre de Toro 2014: Miguel Torres chose the name of the Sangre de Toro 2014 as an homage to Bacchus, the Greek wine god.

 

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Floral, elegant, silky… the Pétalos del Bierzo 2014 is a wine that seduces and invites to a relaxed dinner with friends and family.

 

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Pruno 2014 is one of Spain’s most famous and wanted wines. To Robert Parker it’s the world’s best wine according to its price-value-ratio, highly praising it at several occasions.

 

Great tips to pair your desserts like a pro

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Combining your desserts with wine is one of the best options to highlight flavours and live the best sensual experience possible. Take note of these tips and spoil your guests with the most delicious combinations of dessert and wine to your guests at home or get the best out of your next restaurant visit.

  • Cakes: Sweet wines like Sauternes (Bordeaux) make for a great companion for desserts based on fruits and nuts. In other cases, like cakes and such made of creams you’d rather prefer a semi-dry rosé or sparkling.
  • Chocolate desserts: Cakes and other desserts made of chocolate can be accompanied by sweet white, fortified, and natural sweet wines. Also, many choose to go for the risk-free option to avoid any mistake: the Port.
  • Spirits and liqueurs to make desserts: spirits are used for the manufacture of Biscuits or to make reductions. On other occasions, we use those drinks to make ice cream. Examples include brandy like the Poire Williams for pears, Maraschino for cherries and the Grand Marnier for oranges. For chocolate-based desserts, cognacs and brandies are your best choice. In these cases, we recommend pairing the dessert with the same liquor which the dessert has been prepared with.

Candied or dried fruits such as figs, raisins, dates and apricots go very well with Pedro Ximenez wines and aged Muscat.

Nuts such as chestnuts, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, pine nuts and peanuts could be combined with fortified wines with a strong and persistent flavour.

Red and black fruits such as cherries, raspberries and strawberries get along very well with young red wines showing more vivid and violet colours.

Citrus fruits may be accompanied by sweet wines with high citrus notes, as aged Muscat.

And remember: For the right pairing, it’s important to consider the balance between fruit flavours and aromas of wines, as well as the fruit’s colour and the wine’s colour which should be similar.

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Pedro Ximenez Reserva de Familia 50cl: a sweet wine with Málaga DO of the best of Pedro Ximénez-grapes and 17.00º of alcohol. Pedro Ximenez Reserva de Familia 50cl can be matched with desserts.

 

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Moscatel Naranja 50cl: a fortified wine from Málaga DO vinified with  Muscat of Alexandria and Moscatel and has an alcohol content of 15º.

 

 

The 8 worst pairings in the world

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There are pairings between wine and food you should avoid at all costs as they are carried as bad as cats and dogs. It is way better to learn how you should accompany your meals and get the best of your eating experience. In some cases a bad pairing can cause heartburnor and hangover, and in other cases it could completely spoil the taste of your dishes.

1. You should never pair with champagne

One of the worst combinations for dry champagne is the sweet cakes served at weddings, as they make out of your palate battlefield of tastes. Another combination to avoid is the vintage champagne and curry.

2. Cabernet Sauvignon is your friend

In the case of a Cabernet that stands by its tannic character is best to avoid combining with ice cream: you will find the wine too bitter and ice cream too sweet. Another is the unpleasant combination of Cabernet Sauvignon and oysters, because the texture of oysters you will find a sandy and metallic taste. One last very poor combination is the sole and Cabernet, as its delicate flavor will be lost in the wine.

3. Don’t combine acid with Pinot Noir

If you want to enjoy a chicken with tarragon vinegar sauce, avoid combining it with a Pinot Noir, you will lose the bottle. Herbal vinegar and any acid plate dampens the fruitiness of this wine.

4. If you like Sauvignon Blanc…

Caviar is one of the foods you should stay away from when drinking Sauvignon Blanc, because you will lose all of its features. Another food is the blue cheese, which by its strong flavor will compete with wine on your palate.

5. The Chardonnay hates sweetness

You may find interesting combination of ice cream and Chardonnay, but it is a surefire way to (get) a hangover recipe. It is also advisable to stay away from mackerel, which by its oily taste completely change the taste of wine on your palate, as well as the raw oysters because they lose their delicate flavor. Finally, the Chardonnay will flatter when combined with spicy foods such as chorizo.

6. Chianti dislikes tuna

The chianti is not the best wine to accompany tuna salad or similar dishes, because the latter will make the wine acquires a metallic taste on the palate.

7. Do not spoil a wine of Merlot

If you love artichokes, brussels sprouts, green beans and collards, avoid combining them with red wine based on Merlot. In general, the harmonies for these dishes are best with white wines.

8. Do not throw away a bottle of Burgundy

The Burgundy and the lasagna is one of those combinations that can cause you heartburn. Cheese, tomato sauce and wine are such a strong combination for your stomach.

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Château Citran 2009: a red wine with the best bunches of 2009 cabernet sauvignon and 13.5º of alcohol. 

 

 

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Château la Garricq 2009:  a red wine from the Moulis DO made with petit verdot and merlot of 2009 and with an alcohol content of 14º.

The best pairings for smoked salmon

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When we think of food pairing possibilities for salmon our first option’s usually white wine or champagne. However, there are many other possible pairings for this tasty and soft fish. Whether wine, beer or spirits, there is a wide range of drinks: it is just a matter of putting aside traditions and try something new and different.

Wines

  • Sancerre, Pouilly-Fumé and other Sauvignon from the Loire: these wines are known for their dry minerals, with delicate flavours of gooseberry that are perfect for smoked salmon. Other Sauvignons can also work as long as they are not too “herbal”.
  • Chablis: young Chablis’ work better since they have a clean freshness and just the right amount of acidity to counteract the salmon’s greasiness. Chardonnays also go well with hot smoked salmon.
  • Riesling: young German Riesling wines like Kabinett with their intense flavours of green apple combine especially well. Young Alsace wines and Australian Rieslings are also a good choice for this dish.
  • Gewürztraminer: Gewürztraminer and smoked salmon make an excellent couple. Just give this two a shot.
  • Dry sherry. If you like dry sherry, this might be your best choice. The sherry’s salty and spicy taste is perfect as long as it is served cold and directly after the bottle was opened.

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Grand Regnard Chablis 2013: a white wine with Chablis DO with the best bunches of chardonnay from the 2013 vintage and with an alcohol content of 12º.

 

Beers and spirits

  • Czech or German pilsner beer: the freshness and slight bitterness of pilsner is just the thing to serve with your dish of smoked salmon.
  • Weissbier, Witbier or wheat beer: the ‘white’ beers go with most types of seafood in addition to smoked fish. An excellent option that will go great with your meals.
  • Malt Whisky: it may not be the first thing on your mind thinking of smoked salmon but it makes for an excellent choice. Choose a light malt whisky if the taste of salmon is soft or an Islay whisky if it’s stronger.
  • Aquavit: this is an aromatic spirit from the Nordic countries and a very original option to enjoy with salmon. Its dill and cilantro aromas make it a perfect partner for the fish’s taste.
  • Vodka: good cold Polish vodka can work just fine. With this combination, you get to give an unexpected twist to your evening dining.

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Absolut Electrik Silver: a vodka from distillery The Absolut Company from Sweden. 

10 Foods you thought were bad for your health but aren’t

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A few months ago, nutritionist and published author Sarah Flower revealed the truth regarding some foods that were thought as harmful to our health. However, she has redeemed them to show us that we can actually include these foods in our daily diets without any problems.

We have been taught that food like coffee, eggs, coconut oil and whole milk are bad for our health but reality tells us a different story. They can provide us with a lot of benefits. For instance, it is proven that whole milk is better for our health than skim milk, for example. Eggs, on the other hand, are an essential component for those who want to lose weight.

A very good low-cost snack with few calories that we can enjoy in all conscience at home is popcorn; another beneficial food is potatoes as they are full of vitamin C, B6, potassium, phosphorus, and zinc; plus coffee, in a moderate diet, can improve our brain activity and overall performance.

For many years, we have been told that fat is bad for us, that eggs are not healthy and, instead, they have been suggesting us to submit ourselves to a diet based on processed food. It’s time to let that go and start enjoying real and authentic food – eggs, whole milk, cheese, butter, peanut butter… everything is good if we follow one simple rule: eat them in their pure state”, Flower says.

It is not the food what makes us sick, is all the processing they go through. It’s time to change our way of thinking towards the food we eat and stop being paranoid about fat and calories. A cereal rich diet and real food are what we need.

Following these nutritional recommendations, here are 10 foods you thought were bad for your health but really aren’t:

  1. Coffee: excessive coffee consumption can disrupt our nervous system, produce gasses and cause a laxative effect. However, consuming coffee in moderation, you can improve brain health, lose weight faster and lower the risk of Alzheimer.
  2. Potatoes: this vegetable is considered a starchy food, which is then converted into glucose that increases the sugar levels in our blood. It is also very rich in other nutrients: A medium potato can provide us 50% of our daily dose of vitamin C, 30% of B6 and 25% of potassium. It also contains magnesium, vitamin B, and zinc.
  3. Eggs: eggs have been avoided for the risk of salmonella, their high cholesterol, and fat. However, this kind of fat, high in protein, provides a sensation of satisfaction, satiety, for a longer time which helps those who are looking to lose weight.
  4. Peanut Butter: a lot of people avoid peanut butter for its contained fat as well, but peanuts are rich in protein, magnesium, vitamin E, antioxidants, potassium, and fiber.
  5. Canned beans: the liquid used to preserve the beans can have a high amount of sodium, so it’s better to read the labels first. However, they are a rich source of protein and fiber.
  6. Popcorn: we are talking about delicious low-calory, homemade popcorn. The one that you buy at the grocery store for the microwave can be full of processed sugars and you should avoid those.
  7. Whole milk: whole milk is generally associated with harmful fat, but it really has a higher amount of nutrients than skim or semi-skim milk. It also provides a satiety sensation.
  8. Yogurt: many people stop eating yogurt because of the amounts of sugar that are added by the companies. Low-fat yogurt, natural yogurt, and greek yogurt are excellent choices and rich in probiotics.
  9. Salt: you should avoid salt in large amounts. There is lots of it in processed food. Himalayan salt, on the other hand, is much better. You can start using it in your cooking and benefit from its 84 minerals.
  10. Coconut oil: since this oil has a high amount of saturated fat it is often avoided. But just a few know that it stimulates your immune system and helps lose weight.

As always, we also advise to drinking wine in moderation, live a healthy and active life and improve its quality!

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Campo Viejo Tempranillo: a red wine of the Rioja DO made with tempranillo and with an alcohol proof of 13º. 

 

 

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Cune Crianza 2012: a red wine from Rioja DO with Garnacha Negra of 2012 and has an alcohol content of 13.5º

 

 

Food markets in Madrid

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Madrid stands out by its gastronomy in the form of food markets, some of them of great tradition and some new. In fact, in the city there are many markets, and it is difficult to choose those who deserve to be highlighted.

San Anton market is one of them, located in the square that bears its name, Anton Martín, in Chueca. It had some renovations and is noted for the many activities taking place in it. Cultural projections join gastronomy and the purchase of various products such as wine of several Designations of Origin. In total, it hosts 26 different market stalls.

In the district of Salamanca, the Platea market will delight the lovers of the freshest food. This former cinema is today a gastronomic project that sets tongues wagging because in it we can find 20 different stalls to buy, renowned restaurants to make a stop and taste the best dishes from the most famous chefs. There are stars such as Roncero, Freixa or Solla that have a presence in its restaurants.

The organic market Huerto Lucas is an innovation. Located in Chueca, there is food, wine, cosmetics and much more, everything always 100% organic. And it has several workshops and activities. It is fashionable, along with growing taste for everything “green”, so it also houses tapas bars and restaurants.

The San Fernando market hosts multiple options. On the one hand there are many food stalls, such as those concerning celiac people, while there are also shows and even emblematic shops, including a famous book store selling by weight. The Barceló market, which has 7,150 square meters on four levels and has opened recently after continuous renovations. Food is the star, with traditional stalls but also modern and alternative specialized craft shops.

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El Rincón 2010: is a red wine with DO Madrid from the Pagos de Familia de Marqués de Griñón cellar based on the top of garnacha tinta and syrah from 2010 vintage and with an alcohol content of 14º.

 

 

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La Bruja Averia 2014: a red wine with Madrid DO made with garnacha of 2014 and has an alcohol content of 14º. L

3 delicious Italian recipes

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To end our Italian week, we want to share some Italian recipes we think you’ll love. Of course, we have pasta, more lightly cooked, considering the time of year, but also an ossobuco dish that you’ll enjoy anytime. Buon appetito!

Rabe broccoli Lasagna

Rabe broccoli is known as “rapini”; it is the main ingredient in this vegetarian lasagna and gives it a delicious flavor that has nothing to envy to meat.

Ingredients:

For the bechamel

  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • ¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • 2 cups heavy cream (half-and-half)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • A little cayenne
  • Grated nutmeg to taste

For the lasagna

  • 1 pound dried pasta for lasagna
  • 2 bunches of rabe broccoli
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 pound ricotta cheese
  • ¼ teaspoon grated lemon peel
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 2 cups grated Parmesan cheese or a combination of Parmesan and Pecorino

Preparation:

  1. For the bechamel, melt the butter in a saucepan, add the flour and cook for 1 minute over medium heat.
  2. Gradually add the cream (half-and-half) and stir until obtaining a sauce. Reduce heat.
  3. Add ½ teaspoon salt, black pepper, cayenne and nutmeg. Continue stirring for 5 minutes. Remove and place in a pan in hot water bath to preserve heat.
  4. Place over high heat a pan with ¾ parts of well-salted water to a boil and add the pasta. Cook it for 5 minutes. Once cooked, remove and rinse the pasta in a bowl with cold water, drain it and place the sheets on a towel.
  5. In the water of the lasagna pasta proceed to blanch the vegetables for 1 minute, rinse them with cold water and chop each one into small pieces.
  6. Place the vegetables, garlic and ½ cup olive oil into the blender to make pesto and add salt and pepper to taste.
  7. In a bowl mix the ricotta and lemon zest.
  8. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Meanwhile, grease the mold with 2 tablespoons butter.
  9. Place into the mold a layer of lasagna pasta, a layer of bechamel sauce, a layer of ricotta, a layer of vegetables, a bit of pesto and a layer of grated cheese. Continue adding layers in this order to complete the mold. Sprinkle with the remaining Parmesan cheese and add a few pieces of butter.
  10. Cover with foil and bake for 20 minutes, then remove the paper to brown a little and wait 10 minutes before serving.

Lasagna with tomato sauce and grilled eggplant

This lasagna is a healthy and delicious alternative to share the weekend with family. Eggplant is rich in antioxidants, it is also an effective diuretic and provides minerals to our diet.

Ingredients:

  • 1 ¼ pound sliced ??eggplant
  • 2 teaspoons olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 pound ricotta cheese
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1 small pinch cinnamon
  • 2 cups marinara sauce
  • ½ pound lasagna pasta
  • Chopped fresh basil to taste
  • ¼ pound mozzarella (optional)
  • ¼ pound grated Parmesan cheese.

Preparation:

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees and cover a baking sheet with aluminum foil dipped in olive oil.
  2. Sprinkle with salt and olive oil the eggplant slices, then place them in the tray and bake for 15 minutes. Let cool and put the eggplants away.
  3. Lower the oven temperature to 350 degrees and grease another baking mold.
  4. Mix the ricotta, egg, water, cinnamon, salt and pepper to taste. Set aside in a bowl.
  5. Spread a layer of tomato sauce in the mold, then add a layer of lasagna pasta, a layer of ricotta, half the baked eggplants, sprinkle with basil and Parmesan. Add another layer group in this order and end with a layer of lasagna pasta, one of ricotta, one of sauce and one of Parmesan.
  6. Drizzle with olive oil and cover with foil to bake for 40 minutes. Remove and let cool for 10 minutes before serving.

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Ossobuco al vino rosso

The ossobuco al vino rosso is a main dish that is consumed throughout the year, it can be accompanied with steamed potatoes and a salad, and the combination of meat with vegetables promotes intestinal transit.

The ossobuco is a slice of beef about 3 centimeters thick, with the bone in the center. It was called this way in Milan (it means “bone with hole”) and has an average calories level. The contributions of group B vitamins and minerals like iron and zinc make this a good alternative for a balanced diet.

Ingredients:

  • 1 Ossobuco
  • 1/3 yellow pepper
  • 1/3 red pepper
  • 1/3 green pepper
  • 1/4 Onion
  • Vegetable broth
  • Red wine to taste
  • Rosemary to taste
  • Salt to taste
  • Pepper to taste
  • Parsley
  • Oil

Preparation:

  1. Place in a casserole the onion and peppers, chopped beforehand, with 4 tablespoons oil.
  2. Let soften and then place the ossobuco, chopped rosemary and thyme to brown for about 4 minutes.
  3. Add the vegetable broth and cover the pan to simmer for 30 minutes, then add the red wine and leave uncovered for 30 additional minutes.
  4. When serving, garnish with chopped parsley.

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Valdo Prosecco Cuvee di Boj Double Jeroboam is a Veneto from the Valdo Spumanti cellar vinified with prosecco.

 

 

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Antonini Ceresa Fragolino Rosso: a red wine from the Alto Adige DO

 

 

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Are you prepared for an exceptional Valentine’s day?

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We don’t really need a Valentine’s day to say I love you or to drink a glass of good wine. But as Valentine’s day is coming anyway, why shouldn’t we enjoy a tempting wine or seduce with it or let us be seduced?

A glass of wine, a champagne or a well-prepared cocktail will guarantee that your night will be infinitely better. We would like to offer you some wines and some ideas to assure that your Valentine’s day will be much more than just a pink heart. #LoveisintheWine, no doubt! 

Very very sweet

We all know that strawberries with champagne are the epitome of an aphrodisiac but what about trying other options which are at least as delicious and sensual… Have you already tried to combine wine and chocolate?

The secret is to have time to enjoy without hurry and to select a balanced combination: Red wine with a perceptible presence of red berries matches perfectly with bitter chocolate; fruity white wine goes better with sweet chocolate or in combination with fruits.

Once you have wine and chocolate, it only remains to open the bottle of wine and chop the chocolate into small pieces while you allow the wine to breathe. Then you sit down, fill the glasses, taste it and immediately after the first sip you take a piece of chocolate… What follows is your business but the beginning was made. 

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Apasionado de José Pariente 2011 is a white wine with Rueda DO with the best bunches of sauvignon Blanc from the 2011 vintage and 11º of volume of alcohol.

 

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Delicious Assorted of Belgian Chocolates

 

 

Very very amusing

Often we forget to play. The daily routine, hurries and obligations keep us from devoting time so that? we go straight to the point, socks included. But playing is fun and, indeed, much more exciting. A vinyl in the background, a massage, some accessories, a previous dinner during which you discussed all the topics you care about and in which you?ve got seduced again… All this might (will) be the best way to let yourself go and get back the time you might have wasted in the past.

But? which games? We are sure that you have a lot of ideas but if you need some hints, don’t worry, we’ll support you. Whether with wine or?something else. It is about packs that reveal who dominates and who is submitted, make us immerse in the world of Parisian burlesque and finally inspire us to float in the phantasies of Shades of Grey.

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Feel like you were Christian Grey!

 

 

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Feel like you were in a Parisian burlesque!

 

 

Are you brave enough? Is fo, yo can discover some other great ideas to celebrate yout Valentine’s Day. Don’t miss them! 

And… We offer you ideas and wine, also!

We come up with some ideas for your Valentine’s day and also offer you the wine to celebrate it – of course! So, first of all you should think of the wine which you desire most. You desire it so much that if your erotic myth were a wine, it would be this one.

Fine. We are not able to serve you with an erotic myth but we can offer you this wine. Therefore we make the following suggestion: Tell us on Facebook with which wine you’ll pair your Valentine’s day dinner and Uvinum sends it directly to your home so that you can enjoy it… and whatever may come 😉