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Agree a perfect combination between wine and food can often be a challenge if you do not fully know what you're doing. With a large selection of wine and food available is not always easy to make the right fund.

Local Istrian cheese excellent appetizer with wine

If you are looking for something that will perfectly match the wine, the answer will probably be cheese. Also if you are looking drop that will pour an excellent cheese, the answer will certainly be wine. Both tastefully separately, but when they join forces, we can say how to achieve a special blend of flavors and fragrances. Regardless of whether they are black or white wine, dry or something sweeter, almost every bottle has its own pair of cheese.

The perfect combination of cheese and wine

Although the idea of cheese as the best-quality companies drop of wine has long been known only recently been scientifically explained why the two are so perfect combination. The cheese is rich in fat, which in our mouths produce a sensation of smoothness on the other hand compounds in wine, such as tannin provide a completely opposite feeling of dryness and sharpness.

 

Also, alcohol stimulates in us craving for fatty food which is another advantage when connecting the two pleasure. The ideal is a combination if dočekujete society into something more casual atmosphere of your home.

Creamy cheeses attract sour wine

Gentle cheeses, slagat will be the white wines delicate scent - for example, white Sauvignon. If the cheese is creamier the better acidic white wine or fruity red wines with little tannin. With Trappist and Gouda suit Pinot Noir or Merlot.

Cottage cheese with sweet wine

Gentle cheeses, slagat will be the white wines delicate scent - for example, white Sauvignon. If the cheese is creamier the better acidic white wine or fruity red wines with little tannin. With Trappist and Gouda suit Pinot Noir or Merlot.

Hard cheese submitted to strong wine

Strong and hard cheeses is best combined with a powerful red wines. You can not go wrong with either older and barriqunim Cabernet Sauvignon. With distinctive blue cheeses and strong taste and smell very good matching sweet wines (Traminer Slavonian, Istrian Muscat and Sauvignon Blanc), addition of salt and aromatic cheeses fit dry and aromatic wines.