Delicious Duo 2: Prelude and White Wine
Prelude and a light-bodied, white wine combine for a captivatingly crisp experience.
Black Note’s Prelude contains Virginia tobacco, which is overall one of the most popular tobacco blends for a reason. The same holds true for many white wines. Put the two wildly popular tastes together and you create a crisp, invigorating experience that’ll leave your taste buds dazzled.
Virginia tobacco is a big hit for its light and bright flavor. And Prelude serves up that flavor with flair, thanks to a slow, flue-curing process that ensures the tobacco’s natural sugars and resins rise to the surface. The result is a crisp, sensational sweetness that tickles the taste buds without weighing them down.
White Wine Highlights
White wines that match best with Prelude are those that have an equally light and bright flavor. Since alcohol content contributes to the body of a wine, you’ll want to choose a light-bodied wine, or those typically containing less than 12.5 percent alcohol. A number of crisp and refreshing white wines immediate come to mind, including Italian Prosecco, Vinho Verde and Riesling.
Why the Two Make a Delicious Duo
Prelude and white wine combine effortlessly, thanks to the multiple aspects they have in common. The most obvious is their weight, with Prelude boasting a light tobacco blend that matches with the light body of many white wines.
Another is the crisp, fresh experience both Virginia tobacco and most white wines provide. You won’t be weighed down with heavy flavors, overpowering sensations or anything else that can put a damper on the bright and invigorating combination. If wine is not your drink of choice, you can still enjoy a similarly refreshing experience by matching Prelude with sparkling, carbonated water or lemon-lime soda doused with a dash of orange juice.