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A Quick Guide To Rose Champagne And Food Pairing!

Food and drink lovers across the world are increasingly switching onto the benefits of rose champagne, which doesn't just have to be enjoyed by itself, as it can accompany a main meal at a whole host of events, from romantic dinners for two on Valentine's Day to relaxed dinner parties with friends, to birthday bashes and wedding receptions.

quick guide to rose champagne food pairing
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It’s possible to pair rose champagne with a host of edible delights. With its delicate flavour and aromas of red fruits, it makes the ideal match for a variety of dishes, from savoury to sweet.

The Perfect Savoury Accompaniments
As a general rule, you can treat champagnes in a similar way as you would do crisp, dry white wines like Pinot Grigio. In other words, rose champagne and white wine are extremely versatile and can be paired with lots of different food combinations. This means you should feel confident serving pink fizz with anything from light summer salads to hearty pasta and rice dishes to succulent, sweet seafood and shellfish plates.

For example, you’re bound to wow your guests if you offer them a glass of rose champagne with a traditional seafood dish, such as marinated red mullet, tuna tartare or grilled mackerel. Because of its lightness and slight acidity, the beverage also makes a fabulous accompaniment to dishes that feature rich creamy cheeses, such as goats cheese salad.

With rose champagne, you can also afford to be a little bolder in your choice of flavours when you cook. Rose fizz more than holds its own against a variety of spicy and aromatic dishes, with the Singaporean classic of chilli crab in a flavoursome tomato sauce being a great example of this. This tasty creation is ideal with a glass of the good stuff.

Something Sweet
Don’t feel restricted to savoury concoctions, because rose champagne can work equally well with a range of sweet treats. For a simple but summery combination, pair the wine with fruit cocktails featuring the likes of raspberries, strawberries and cherries.

Alternatively, for something more indulgent, match them with a fruit panna cotta and shortbread, which pick up the berry flavour in the fizz and make for a sumptuous all-round dessert.

If you've not yet experienced the magic of rose champagne with foods like these, now’s the time to start experimenting. You might be surprised by how versatile this tempting tipple is, and it can open up a whole new world of culinary combinations.

43 comments:

  1. Would love to try the rose champagne.Sounds amazing. Thanks for what to pair with it.

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  2. This is fine dining at its best! To drink rose champagne with the correct food pairing.

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  3. I drink champagne in mimosa for brunch or celebration of New Years this interesting in food pairing.

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  4. Thank you for this post. I have never paired champagne with food. I used to drink it after a party dinner. Have a great day!

    Jasmine xx

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  5. yes a glass of for me.. but i still prefer Dom Pérignon

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  6. Would definitely love to try Rose champagne!! It sounds delicious. It's definitely all about the correct food pairing when it comes to it :)

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  7. I should look for that Rose champage the next time I go to the wine store:)

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  8. Hi sweetheart, I really like the rose champagne and this tips are so useful.
    Thank you so much for sharing.
    Kisses.
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  9. Thanks for your sweet comment!
    Out of all the wine there is, I do prefer rosé!

    Have a wonderful week,
    -Kati

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  10. I love rose champagne, it's really interesting paired it with food!!!!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  11. Never have drank champagne with food before. So going to have to give it a try.

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  12. I love champagne and rose champagne too :)))
    A great drink...

    xoxo
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  13. A vey useful post darling, thank you so much!
    Kisses

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  14. Would love to try it ,sound awesome

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  15. Rose champagne sounds really good! Thanks for these tips.
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  16. We've come across a few rose Champagnes we've enjoyed recently.

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  17. I love champagne! Love your food pairing suggestions :)

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  18. Thanks for the tips, Shirley. I will hunt a bottle down to try! ^.^

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  19. I don't drink alcohol, but I really enjoyed your post, Shirley! :)

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  20. Good tips for anyone looking to find the perfect meal to accompany their champagne! :)

    Away From The Blue

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  21. Loved reading this post :) I love drinking champagne with strawberries in it, haha. xx

    Beyond The Velvet | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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  22. I don't really drink champagne, but it sounds lovely x

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  23. I'm not a big fan of sparkling wine or champagne in general. I also had no idea how versatile this actually is. I always think of it as a fun way to celebrate with friends over the weekend or something!

    Sxx
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  24. White wine and champagne are my every new year drinks. Hoping you enjoy the rest of the week my dear Shirley:). Ox

    Tanya
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  25. I could imagine the smell and taste!

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  26. I am a red wine person...but after reading about the rose champagne I would love to try it...
    Enjoy your week Shirley :)

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  27. I'm a complete idiot when come to wine and champagne. Good thing I've your blog. :)

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  28. Hi darling,
    great tips! Thanks for sharing! I love rose Champagne!!
    Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose - Valeria Arizzi

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  29. Yes, food and champagne is always a good combination!

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  30. thanks so much Shirley for this guide :D Champagne does go hand in hand with food :P

    Serene xoxo

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  31. Don't you just love the bubble Shirley ;) Great post, dear. Thx bunches for the well wishes, Shirley, you are such a sweetie.
    kisses
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  32. great post as always :)

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  33. Mmmm, pink champagne is fabulous ;)
    Edita
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  34. great serving tips...I never thought of pairing champagne with food before!

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  35. Thank you for this lesson, didn't knew.
    xoxo

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  36. Thank you for the tips, Shirley! Will incorporate it the next time I'm having steak with wine. =)

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  37. never had any flower flavoured drink, tempting to try...
    Dedy@Dentist Chef

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  38. Love to try the Rose Champagne..and great post!

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