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
- Plan the meal and wine
Ceremony: Minneapolis Club
Reception: Sanctuary Restaurant