Wines from the Faugères, Saint Chinian and Minervois areas
By Richard James
This Guide was last updated on 11 February 2010
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Gardienne de Taureau: this beef stew served with rice is delicious with a fruity red Minervois.
Bourride Sétoise: regional fish stew flavoured with aioli (garlic mayonnaise). Try a dry Minervois white to bring out the rich flavours.
Truffles: when in season, the famous black truffles are used in a variety of dishes that match the local red wines well.
Game: wild boar, rabbit, hare, pheasant and more is available in season. All make an excellent match with Saint Chinian.
Anchoïde: anchovy paste flavoured with garlic, olive oil and herbs. A fruity rosé is refreshing with this achovy paste served on toast for apéritifs.
Pélardon cheese: a goats’ cheese from the Cévennes is often served as an apéritif and a dry white such is a good match, or a supple red such as a Saint Chinian or Faugères.
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