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I recently had the chance to partake in an interview exchange with Eleonora Galimberti from Enozioni, who is an inspiring influencer and entrepreneur in the wine and food industry. She is based in Milan, Italy and shares her wine knowledge to the world through her website, Enogallery, and Instagram @enozioni. Hope you enjoy reading her wine journey and inspiring story as much as I did!
Think you can’t pair red wine with your favorite summer salads? Think again! Beaujolais is known to be a “year-round” drinker since it happily pairs with a lot of foods including summer friendly and lighter foods like
I don’t know about you, but I get some SERIOUS Thai food cravings on a regular basis. I usually can’t resist ordering the most obvious item on every American Thai menu: Pad Thai. This cuisine can be a tricky pairing for wine but you will not regret pairing it with
Its beginning to feel a lot like Summer and I’m craving some BBQ.
These slow cooker pulled pork sandwiches are a perfect, smoky meal or appetizer if you’re craving BBQ and not feeling like firing up the grill for summer season. The smoky flavor of the BBQ pairs amazingly with this savory, structured Old Vine Zinfandel from Eleven Eleven Wines.
Mother’s Day is this weekend and there’s nothing Mom’s love more than Rosé and brunch.
Show your mom how much you love her with some Rosé paired with an Eggs Benedict Casserole. Pink wines are one of my favorite brunch drinks, and they are very versatile when it comes to food. This pale pink, lighter style Casa Smith Vino Rose from Charles Smith was a great match with this Eggs Benedict Casserole. The acidity of the crisp rose cuts into the rich, smooth hollandaise sauce.
Champagne and tacos? Yes, please! I’m celebrating Cinco de Mayo with tacos this weekend and have decided to pair it with a Brut Authentic Champagne from Canard-Duchene. These tacos are full of bold flavors, including salsa and spiced meat. The best way to cleanse your palate with spicy flavors is with a wine that is low in tannins and high in acidity, which is why this crisp, citrusy champagne was a great match with this dish.