Cured meats, pâtés and wine… but which ones are to have a meat cute? Let’s find out in our guide below which will hopefully help with the pairings!
Sip me baby one more time… Our cocktail guide shows just some of the amazing cocktails you can make with our cans of wine.
Cheese and wine… the perfect pairing. But to brie or not to brie and with that wine? Our guide below will hopefully help with some of the decision making!
Bottles… heavy, cumbersome & who forgot the corkscrew? You’ll have none of these issues with Amfora cans for your posh picnic. Taking up less space and weight in your cool box, hamper, rucksack or handbag… plus, no glasses are needed.
bread & cheese + frizzante
One of our favourite deli’s for picnic supplies is @bayleyandsage. Specifically, all the cheese you can dream of; light & creamy tallegio to pair with a sparkling Scarpetta Frico Frizzante. Plus they have a great selection of fresh breads.
Being vegan doesn’t mean you miss out on tasty cheese, a full vegan cheese & cracker sharing feast from Honestly Tasty available to buy online at Local and Independent.
Treat your loved one to Breakfast in Bed this Valentine’s. Our guide will help you pair the perfect wine to breakfast.
Pastries + frizzante
Scarpetta Frico Frizzante is a crisp, bubbly pleasure in a can. The cleanliness of this sparkling wine, helps cut through an all butter pastry. Perfect if you want something light and refreshing for breakfast.
French toast + Chenin blanc
West + Wilder Chenin Blanc is a light, delicate wine, balanced with just the right amount of acidity. Pairing with French Toast, topped with honey and berries, will only enhance all the flavours in this dish.
ham & cheese omelette + Lambrusco
Scarpetta Frico Lambrusco pairs perfectly with cheeses and prosciuttos. With a kiss of sweetness and a wonderful tart finish, its a no brainer when it comes to this classic. Vegetarian? Just leave out the ham!
poached eggs & salmon + white
West + Wilder White pairs perfectly with fish and eggs. Dry, elegant and aromatic with balanced acidity, compliments this dish perfectly. Vegetarian? Just leave out the switch the salmon for halloumi.