For each wine we have tried to give a taste indication. The taste typologies are described in more detail below. Do you have comments on the wine list, do you miss your favourite wine or do you have other suggestions? We would love to hear from you!
Rich & Full: White wines that often have some wood aging and therefore excellent combination with richer dishes. The wines are often higher in alcohol, have undergone a malolactic fermentation and are characterized by the smell of, for example, butter and honey. Think of a fried or grilled fish dish. But also dishes with poultry and veal.
Aromatic: White wines with extremely aromatic grapes at the base. Think for example of Alsace wines from Gewürztraminer or the Viognier grape after some wood aging. Wines combine well with rich dishes such as poultry liver, but also dishes with an Asian touch. Japanese cuisine is an exception!
Rich & powerful: Red wines that come from grapes that are more strictly known. Think of Bordeaux or Burgundy. The wines often have some tannins and need richer dishes. A nice piece of red meat, for example, could be a good companion.
Complex & Intense: Red wines from areas with a lot of sun. Southern Europe, Australia and other countries in the southern hemisphere. The wines often have a deep color and rich scent and a good time wood aging. There is a lot in the alcohol and tannins are abundant. Wines need rich, complex dishes and do well with, for example, game dishes and rich meat dishes.
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