Because of my occupation, I’m often invited to various types of conferences. Many times, these meetings begin in the early morning hours. Thankfully, most of the organizations that sponsor these conferences provide the invitees with a continental breakfast. However, at many events, the selection of foods only includes an assortment of donuts and bagels. Because I like to eat healthy, I wish more people would offer fruit for breakfast at these conferences. If you plan the breakfast menu for corporate conferences, consider adding different types of fruit to your standard bread and pastry offerings. On this blog, you will discover the best types of fruit to offer for breakfast at corporate conferences.
Are you an avid lover of both food and wine? Imagine exploring the beautiful Napa wine country while indulging in various varietals of wine alongside the perfect cuisine to pair with each glass. The Napa Valley is a mecca for foodies and wine lovers alike. Napa Valley wine country is well known for its wineries producing world-class wines, ranging from Cabernet to Chardonnay, along with irresistible foods that you can enjoy with it. This blog post will guide you through some of the different wine varieties you can try while pairing them with the types of cuisine that best complement them.
Kick-start your tour by visiting a winery that produces some of the best Chardonnays in the region. Chardonnay is one of the most popular wines in Napa Valley, and its rich character pairs incredibly well with buttery dishes such as prawns and crab. Go for a tasting and experience how the wine complements seafood and creamy appetizers rich in herbs, spices, and roasted garlic.
Next, visit a winery that produces Sauvignon Blanc wines, which are perfect for hot summer days as they are crisp, refreshing, and floral. This wine pairs well with citrus dishes like lemon and herb chicken and lightly fortified little bites made with goat cheese. To complement the Sauvignon Blanc's finest flavors, go for some spicy and fatty foods to bring out the wine's citrus notes on the palate.
Cabernet Sauvignon is hailed as Napa Valley's signature wine. It is known for its full body, rich and dense fruit-forward flavors, and exquisite texture. Stop at a winery that produces this wine and indulge in the Cabernet's rich flavor with aged prime beef steaks, beef tenderloins, and other red meats that are cooked to perfection.
Next, try Napa Valley's very own Pinot Noir. This wine is known for its fruity fragrance, silky texture, and notes of cherry and cranberry flavors. Pinot Noir demands a dish with enough complexity to match its depth. Try it with lean cuts of meat like duck and quail or creamy and luxurious vegetables like mushrooms and truffle.
Finally, end the day with some perfectly aged dessert wine, Port, or Sparkling wine. These wines are known to pair well with dark chocolate desserts, a variety of cheeses, nuts, and dried fruits, and rich treats like cheesecake.
Napa Valley is a destination for both foodies and wine lovers. Indulge in a full-day food and wine tour, trying out some of the region's most renowned wine varietals. The diversity of wine and food in Napa Valley makes it possible for you to experience multiple flavors and textures that are sure to leave a lasting impression on your palate. So, when planning a visit to Napa Valley, consider adding a food and wine tour to the top of your list.
For more info about private wine and dinner tours, contact a local company.Share