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James Sdrales discusses a Beer and Wine Guide for Curious Non-connoisseurs

james sdrales discusses a beer and wine guide for curious non connoisseurs

iCrowdNewswire   Jan 28, 2021  4:30 PM ET

Beer and wine can be intimidating for the uninitiated. The good news is that you don’t have to be a connoisseur to enjoy these adult beverages. If you’ve ever stared at a restaurant beer and wine menu and felt that it was in a new language, your in luck. Restauranteur James Sdrales has the perfect tips for enjoying wine and beer without taking a course in wine tasting.

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James Sdrales Explains White, Red, and Blush Wine

Generally, red wines will have berry flavor and white wines will have a citrus flavor. Blush or Rose wines can be thought of as a cross between white and red. James Sdrales says fatty dishes pair well with red wine. Lamb, pork, and beef work well with red wine. Chicken, seafood, and lighter dishes taste wonderful with white wine, according to James Sdrales. Blush wines pair well with seafood, pork, and chicken. 

Red wines are typically drunk as part of a meal, according to James Sdrales. You can enjoy white wine at any time. It’s perfect for a summer day or in place of a cocktail at a party. 

James Sdrales explains wine can be congruent or complementary with the dish you choose. Congruent means the flavors are similar. Complementary means the flavors are different, but they pair well together. Beef and mushrooms are congruent, while chicken and lime are complementary. 

You’ll also want to consider the sweetness of the wine. Sweet wines are often known as dessert wines, and pair well with sweet foods. Dry wines or slightly sweet wines pair well with a main course. James Sdrales says Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio are dry white wines. Riesling and Moscato are sweeter white wines.  Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are rich and flavorful red wines. 

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The Complex World of Beer

James Sdrales says that beer also has many types and styles. Even if you don’t consider yourself a beer drinker, there’s likely a beer out there that will appeal to your tastes. The two basic types of beer are lager and ale. Lager has a clean crisp taste. Hops is often added James Sdrales for a bite. Ales have a subtle sweet fruity flavor. 

Lagers are among the most common and popular beers in America today. James Sdrales points out that Budweiser and Corona are lagers. Pilsner is a type of pale lager, and bock is a dark lager. Ales also vary in color and taste. Pale ales are light and often have a citrus flavor. Stouts are a type of dark ale. These are often heavier, with bitter coffee or chocolate notes. 

Learning Your Preferences

If you want to learn more about beer and wine, James Sdrales says the best way is to try different types. Restaurants are an excellent place to try new types. You’ll find a description of the flavors in the menu, and you don’t have to commit to buying an entire bottle only to realize you don’t like it. Try a few new options, and you might just find a new passion.


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