Wine pairing notes
Marziale has a sealed fate: to go very well, in general, with stew and braised meats. No wonder then that it is very much in tune with this flavorful example of contemporary Chinese cuisine. Its firm tannins and the wine’s high alcohol content balance well the tasty and succulent meat. Marziale’s typical Amarone lingering together with its spice notes and nuances of ripe and dried fruit, all work well with this robust dish.
- 750g short ribs (Australian meat)
- 30g celery
- 30g carrot
- 50g onion
- 50g oyster sauce
- 5g rock sugar
- 2g cephalopod ink
- 2g redcurrant
- 50g “Sherlone” abalone juice
- 2g green peas
- 20g Donggu (delicate flavor soy sauce)
- Cut celery, carrots, and onions into 3cm*3cm cubes
- In a pan put the short ribs, chopped celery, carrot, and onion. Add water without covering the short ribs
- Bring to a boil over high heat, remove the floating foam with a spoon, reduce the heat, and cook for 2.5 hours. Set aside
- Debone the short ribs and cut them into 4cm*4cm pieces and set aside
- Blanch in water green peas and set aside
- Brush the plate with the cephalopod ink
- Put in a pan oyster sauce, abalone juice, Donggu soy sauce, rock sugar, and cut short ribs. Cook over high heat for about 2 minutes until the sauce thickens
- Put in the plate previously brushed with the cephalopod ink
- Garnish with green peas and redcurrant
“Marziale” Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico DOCG
Tinazzi – Campopian
|Description||The name of the wine “Marziale” is a reference to the Roman God of War, Mars, a powerful character like this Amarone. The grapes of Marziale Amarone come from the premium site “Poderi Campopian” with 12 hectares of vineyards at an altitude of no less than 600 meters above sea level.|
|Grape||Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella|
|Colour||Deep ruby red with garnet highlights|
|Aroma||Aromas of ripe and dried fruit, spices, and a toasty finish|
|Taste||Balanced thanks to the alcohol content and fine tannins. Very pleasant to drink|
|Aging||12 to 18 months in new French and American oak barrels|
The history of Cantine Tinazzi began with the commitment and passion of Eugenio Tinazzi at the end of the ‘60s in Cavaion Veronese, on the shores of Lake Garda.
Gian Andrea Tinazzi, the founder’s son, at the time only 18 years old, worked alongside his father in running the business from the outset. Thanks to his decisive and entrepreneurial character, he gradually broadened the company’s horizons, both in terms of production and markets.
Today, Gian Andrea’s children, Francesca and Giorgio, manage with their father what has become a major wine production group based in Lazise, on Lake Garda. A quick and successful development of the business led the family to expand their properties in the Valpolicella Valley and in Apulia, a region with great potential.
The wines of Cantine Tinazzi are now sold in more than 30 countries around the world.
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