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Tiramisu and Wine

Wine with a tasteful perlage, complex and subtle, Franciacorta is made in Lombardy, in the territory of the same name and it is one of the most important Italian sparkling wines. It is a perfect wine for all meals, ideal with greasy combinations with a sweet tendency (winch shall not be confused with sweetness). The sweet tendency of a wine can be defined as a veiled...

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Trentodoc is a sparkling wine form Trentino region which is internationally renowned. Its smell is intense, subtle and complex, with floral and fruity aromas, of baked bread and toasted hazelnuts. Its taste is full-bodied, lively, savory, dry. Trentodoc, as other Italian sparkling wines, can be matched to several dishes, given its multiple typologies. Only the versions having an higher sugar content (demi-sec, sec and extra dry) are...

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Just like every other desserts, Tiramisu's main characteristic is its need for sweetness. According to sommellerie principles, it is best eaten with a sweet wine. The mascarpone cream, along with sugar and eggs, gives to the dessert a strong sense of greasiness, which can be perceived like a film on the surface of the tongue and creamy inside the mouth. Another important aspect is the presence of...

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