Howie Hart wrote:Welcome David!
I don't know what a Campari Cocktail is, but if you started with a Champagne or other bubbly, it could continue on through the shrimp dish and salad. With the salmon, I'd either serve the same Chardonnay the salmon is being poached in or go with a lighter red, such as Beaujolais or Pinot Noir. I don't think the dessert would pair up with most sweet wines, with the exception of perhaps a cream sherry.
David Q wrote:...I have not tried a Beaujolais, could you possibly recommend a good, cheaper (-$20) brand to try before I make the dinner?...
Cynthia Wenslow wrote:Perhaps a Champagne with dessert, but I am of the "Champagne Goes With Everything" school of thought.
Or, perhaps just very good coffee?
Edited to add: An after dinner drink would be nice. Does she like brandy?
Edited AGAIN to say I think this is a very nice thing you are doing!
Mike Filigenzi (Sacto) wrote:Campari is one of those either-or things that some people (like me) love but which others find to be revolting.
Jenise wrote:David, you set a fine example for all men. What a wonderful, romantic way to be pampered, and what a memory-for-a-lifetime you created. Touche!
David Q wrote:Yeah, we were talking about how I may have set the bar too high. What am I supposed to do for my anniversary?
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