Though not generally a food that we think should be paired with wine, when it’s this hot out we ask: why not? We’ve run through some of tastiest salads around and put a lot of thought into what bottle should go with them
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We’re marking the occasion with great prices on French wine packages, including special Buy 2, Get 3 deals on some French favourites. Deals will be available while stocks last for the whole weekend, till the end of Sunday, 15th July.
Cheese and wine is a match made in heaven, but sometimes in Shanghai it’s a little difficult – or expensive – to get the good stuff.
We wanted to dive in and give you a bit of info on what makes each of the remaining eight nations special. There was only one thing we could focus on – what do these countries drink?
Food and wine pairing can feel daunting at the best of times. That’s before we even mention Chinese food. Not only is this one of the world’s most diverse cuisines, it is one that has been called “impossible” to pair it with wine. Well, it’s not. We’ve gathered some tips and guidance on how to nail it and impress any of your guests or dinner table companions.
On Friday, 29 June rejuvenate from the long work week and get the weekend started with refreshing white and red sangrias. From 7pm to 8:30pm you can enjoy a generous bottomless sangria deal for RMB 138. Add a slice of Zozzo Pizza for RMB 20 and make it a night!
Zozzo will also be powering a cured meats slicing station throughout the evening and serving up porchetta panini for RMB 35. For those who don’t need to “drink ’till they drop” or can’t make it early enough for the free-flow, we’ll be keeping the vibes going with sangria by the glass for RMB 45.
Don’t miss out on this one!
Friday, June 29, 7pm till late
Zozzo, 9 Donghu Lu, 1/F, Room D, near Xinle Lu | 东湖路9号1楼D室, 近新乐路