Food & Wine — Nuts
Wine and a Cashew
Posted by Plume Ridge Bottle Shop on
Cashews are not the most popular nut, but it’s certainly highly consumed. It has a rich character and buttery texture. If you’re snacking on them, you can pull out some other characters with the right pairing of wine. Cashews can have a subtleness of natural sweetness. They usually are roasted and salted to bring out their flavor profiles. While cashews don’t have the tannic woodiness of, say, walnuts, they can mimic sweet hardwoods such as maple and cherry. So, what should you pair them with you might ask?... Try our Groundwork frizzante Muscat. With notes of Jasmine, Lemongrass, lime...
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