THE FIRST PAIRING GUIDE OF CHINESE CUISINES AND ITALIAN WINES!
Chinese Cuisines Meet Italian Wines has been presented in Beijing as a part of the program of the Italian Cuisine and Wines World Summit 2018.
The Guide has pointed out that Italy and China are two gastronomic superpowers and the marriage between Chinese cuisines and Italian wines is a win-win situation.
China delegation of AIS, that has partnered the Summit in the publication of the Guide, went through the most interesting pairings.
80 dishes from the traditional and contemporary Chinese cuisines (yes, plural), matched with 80 wines representing the diversity of the Italian oenological landscape.
Chinese tastes have changed and what was impossible some time ago, like the matchings proposed by the guide, are now trends-to-be in the near future and eight exceptional Chinese chefs have proposed their plates paired with Italian wines, as suggested in the guide.
This Guide will be a milestone of the globalized world and food enthusiast from the years after, updated each year with new dishes and many more Italian wines.
PARTICIPATING WINERIES: Allegrini, Argiolas, Arnaldo Caprai, Azienda Agricola Oasi Paradiso, Balan, Baracchi, Bove, Carlo Pellegrino, Castello Di Ama, Ceretto, Felsina, Feudi Di San Gregorio, Macchie S. Maria, Masciarelli, Mazzei, Mocali, Planeta, Plasma, Podere Conca, Rubinelli Vajol, Tasca, Tenimenti Spinsanti, Tenute Sella, Villa Sandi.
PARTICIPATING CHEFS: Chai Xin (Country Kitchen at Rosewood Hotel Beijing), Duan Yu (Poetry.Wine, Beijing), Gu Zhihui (Beijing Kitchen, Beijing), Li Dong (Jing Yaa at The Opposite House), Lei Hong and Wu Cong (Hilton Hotel Wangfujing), Xia Peng (Noob Huang), Yang Jie (Feast Restaurant), Zhu Haifeng (Wulixiang, Shanghai), Zhao Xinyu (food artist, photographer and author), Zhao Guo (Yuxiang Renjia, Beijing), Zhang Jinxiong (Yunnan).