Much has been said and written about wine pairings . And it cannot be said that there is a perfect pairing, since in this search for sensations with wine there is no mathematical rule.
Wine is a living element to which food, and on the other hand, the person who tastes it, is not always in the same conditions or with the senses alert to appreciate sensations. Thus, all these factors influence when perceiving a pairing that is nothing other than the conjunction of wine with another element.
And we say wine and another element, because although the usual pairing is wine and food, it does not always have to be that way.
It is becoming easier to find wine pairings with other elements that can awaken our senses and make us enjoy wine as much or more than food.
Thus we can see a pairing of wine and music where we can enjoy sips of a classic red reserve in harmony with a Mozart or Beethoven concert, or a champagne with a concert of great movie soundtracks.
Another of the most surprising pairings is the pairing of wine and books , thus we find combinations of literature and wine, such as a merlot for a drama or a malbec for a comedy.
And beyond has come bringing the wine to the pairing with fashion , already usual fashion parades paired with wines, or presentations of new vintage, with presentations of a new season of a fashion.
Without a doubt , wine is an expression of sensations and everything that produces sensations will be a good pairing with wine; As long as we know how to harmonize or find the right contrasts.
they are the harmony or contrast of flavors that allows us an explosion of sensations that will highlight the potential of food and wine. That is why within gastronomic pairings more and more surprising pairings are being sought.
Well, we can take this game of harmonies and contrasts to enjoy wine with other types of art that provoke personal sensations, be it music, literature, cinema, painting or even a landscape or a monument.