The wine and cheese, the perfect union and taste.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Do you know that the PAIRING is the method of which food or mostly CHEESE go well with WINE?

 

The wine pairing with cheese is a French tradition. The main concept of pairing is that certain elements of wine and food, such as texture and taste, react differently when mixed; and finding the right combination of these will make eating a more pleasurable experience to the palate.

 

As for wines ...
WHITE OR PINK WINE: soft cheeses: ricotta, feta, mozzarella, cream and goat.
RED WINE: cheddar, manchego, cantal, gruyére, parmesan and the rest of the strong cheeses.

 

As for bread ...
FRESH CHEESES: whole grains based on grains or fine herbs.
SOFT CORK CHEESES: breads of grains, herbs or spices.
SEMI-SOFT CHEESE: neutral bread like baguette, French or focaccia.
BLUE CHEESE: small pieces of white plan.
HARD CHEESE: white breads.

 

THE STRONGER THE CHEESE THE MORE BODY SHOULD HAVE THE WINE.

That is why our Executive Souz Chef Horacio Pérez and our Food and Beverage Assistant Karen Barrios García prepared for all of you some exquisite recommendations for your next visit with wine that you can found at our resort with:

 

 

 

 

EDAM CHEESE WITH WHITE WINE "CASA MADERO CHARDONNAY"

 

Dutch cheese in a shape of a ball covered with paraffin. 

 

White wine cheese pale straw color. Include pear, apple, citrus and other tropical fruits flavor, with a fine touch of wood, leaving a slight butter flavor. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROQUEFORT CHEESE WITH RED WINE "FAUSTINO CRIANZA TEMPRANILLO"

 

French sheep milk blue cheese. White, tangy, crumbly and slightly moist, with distinctive veins of blue mold. Very strong flavor. 

 

Red wine with aroma of ripe black fruits, light wood and sweet spices with vanilla. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRIE CHEESE WITH RED WINE "VILLA MONTEFIORI SHIRAZ MERLOT"

 

Soft cow's-milk cheese, it is pale with a slight grayish tinge under a rind with mold. 

 

Red wine with spice flavor of the liveliness of berries. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOAT CHEESE WITH RED WINE "SÉPTIMA MENDOZA MALBEC"

 

Has a more acidic taste and saltier than the rest of the cheeses, it is usually creamier and softer than the cow's and its flavor is strong as its smell.

 

Red wine with fresh cherries, strawberry jam, rosemary, watermelon, pear and raspberry flavor. 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember that you can satisfy your palate by finding these selected bottles within our Wine Menu with ADDITIONAL COST with a preferential price for all our guests.

 

In Royal Solaris Cancún, every thursday at "Las Fuentes" restaurant, we enjoy our delicious dinner "Wine, Cheese and Bread Festival". 

 

 

 

 

 

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