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The sauerkraut accompanied with Domaine du Moulin de Dusenbach’ Riesling: a perfect pairing suggested by Delices d’Annie for a culinary journey in Alsace earth

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For your festive or Sunday’s meals, get inspired by the culinary art of Alsace. Treat your family and your guests with an unforgettable experience by serving them the Delices d’Annie’s sauerkraut accompanied with Domaine du Moulin de Dusenbach’s Riesling.

About the Domaine du Moulin de Dusenbach’s Riesling

The Riesling is a prestigious white grape. Connoisseurs even designate it as the king of Alsace’s wines.

The Domaine du Moulin de Dusenbach’s Riesling is a wine AOC. It is notorious for its taste. It has a rustic character and a stronger taste. Dry and distinctive, this wine reveals delicate fruity scents, with notes of white flowers. On mouth, it has a lively and fresh attack. The balance is perfect.
This wine is available on Delices and Gourmandises’ website. Feel free to order it now in prevision of your next family meal.

Delices d’Annie’s sauerkraut

Delices d’Annie’s sauerkraut is prepared according traditional recipe. It can be consumed without moderation. Unlike nature sauerkraut, this dish is enhanced with duck confit, Toulouse sausage and vegetables, hence its authentic flavor. It is also easy to make and the ingredients are easy to find and available all year. To prepare four servings of sauerkraut, all you need are:

– 1 kg sauerkraut,
– 300g Toulouse sausages,
– 4 confit duck legs, 8 potatoes,
– 50g butter,
– 1 onion,
– 2 cloves,
– 2 carrots,
– 1 bouquet garni,
– 2 cloves garlic,
– Salt and pepper.
To discover the recipe, please visit Delices d’Annie’s website.

Why these two are going well together?

Both are coming from Alsace that is why this Domaine du Moulin de Dusenbach’s Riesling and Delices d’Annie’s sauerkraut blends to perfection. The strong character of the wine goes perfectly with the dish, the two enhance each other. To fully enjoy the whole, it is recommended to serve the wine at a temperature between 8°C to 10°C.

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