Our today suggest: the cassoulet made by Delices d’Annie and a Minervois, a red wine from Delices and Gourmandises. These two products will help you to find the taste of the south of France.
The cassoulet needs a meaty wine, with round tanins and which is as soft as the melty beans. The red Minervois of Domaine du Bosc Rochet will be a great accompaniment for the cassoulet thanks to its strong southern character and its supple and generous tanins.
The cassoulet with duck confit by Delices d’Annie
Delices d’Annie presents you this culinary specialty from the south-west of France. This dish is a stew cooked for quite long time made of white beans accompanies by duck confit and coarse pork sausages. In the past, the recipe was a subject about what Castelnaudary, Carcassone and Toulouse had argued, each of those cities claimed to be the legal owner of it. They also argue about the choice of the ingredients, the quantity needed and the well-kept secret of the cooking method. The only thing in which they agreed was the choice of the beans that replaced the charms since they arrived in France 16th century.
This perfect mix of tender beans and soft meat made this cassoulet de delicious traditional dish that you would certainly appreciate. Serve it really hot in the pot.
The Domaine du Bosc Rochet, selected by Delices and Gourmandises
Delices and Gourmandises selected this red Minervois for its southern personality which is really strong. Its deep garnet colour has purple reflects. At nose, it reveals a mix of red berries aromas that is slightly spicy. At taste, the aromas harmony is perfect and the supple and generous tanins give this wine a really strong character. Serve it fresh for better taking advantage of its taste and aromas.
This wine is AOC, a certification that is a guarantee of its quality and of the respect of its particularities during the manufacturing. It is made and packed in the vineyard. You can keep your unopened bottles for 1 to 3 years providing them the best conditions.