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Red wine accompanyings

Wine adorers have some specific rituals to enjoy this wonderful drinking that can be drunk during all the seasons. Summer, autumn, winter and spring. In all the seasons people can enjoy a vast variety of different harvest and grape tastes.
The amazing wine world comprehends many historic traditions – most of these traditions dictated by the old Europe with its class and nobility. This continent’s culture helped wine adorers to get farther in wine culture, making them to feel comfortable to enjoy this delicious tradition.
The emergent countries are overcoming some old-fashioned concepts when the subject is wine, creating very reliable labels and grape growing, according to the modern consumer preferences, while the old world (most part of Europe) try to keep their values and thoughts, never giving the correct recognition to the new ways of making wine.
Whether traditionally or not most wine appreciators enjoy the practice of drinking it with some accompanying (dishes). In fact, is not any kind of wine that combines with any kind of dish. There are some “rules” - if we can say that – when people want to drink wine with some accompanying. It is more common that people drink red wine with accompanying than just the wine. It is ideal to drink red wine with warm dishes, like steak, red meat – dark ones – and strong cheese. It is also very common to drink red wine with red sauced pasta and pig meat.
According to the idea that white wine have another texture and flavor, it would be normal to experience it by other ways. White wine can be drunken all by itself needn’t to have meal with it. If you must have a meal, try something lighter. Usually this kind of wine is enjoyed as an appetizer, tasted before dinner (meal, in general). It is also indicated to warmer weathers, since it is more refreshing than red wines, and is, usually, poured cold