Julie and Brion’s wedding at Minneapolis Club was the perfect pairing for the space – classic, effortless, and intimate.
Their celebration started with passed champagne for guests before the ceremony. Truly the best way to start a wedding. Their guests stood in the round for their ceremony, featuring their extremely talented friends and a great amount of joy.
Then they headed to Sanctuary restaurant for a cocktail hour and multi-course chef’s menu paired with Brion’s picks of wines.
Memorable, and timeless, and tasty. The celebration of something truly wonderful.
In honor of Julie and Brion’s wedding, featuring a lovingly paired 6 course dinner at Sanctuary restaurant, I present a photo from their wedding and rules for pairing food and wine. Perhaps, also a delicious and delightful blueprint for a marriage. (Adapted from the wikihow article).
The right wine can enhance a dish to perfection. While there are no hard and fast rules on matching food and wine because it’s ultimately a matter of personal taste, there are basic guidelines on what wine connoisseurs and food lovers consider make good choices.
Start with an open mind
Understand what matters when assessing the affinity of a wine with food
Know how to taste food and wine together
Know your taste experience
Deepen your pairing knowledge by discovering nuances