More than an original food and wine pairing, a family recipe: Château-Figeac 2011 and Tomato soufflé are to be savoured in Decanter

"Red Bordeaux is the default choice for a classic main course – but what if you’re eating more adventurously?" writes Vicki Denig for Decanter.

Red wines from Bordeaux have long enjoyed their share of classic pairings: roast lamb, venison, duck breast or beef-based dishes. Yet there are plenty of alternative options for the more adventurous Bordeaux lover.

Decanter enlisted the help of chefs, sommeliers and team members from renowned Bordeaux estates to gather inventive food matches for their classic grands vins.

Decanter: Château-Figeac 2011 and Tomato Soufflé, a family recipe

Madame Hortense Idoine Manoncourt has opened the family recipe book to share her recipe exclusively with Decanter:

‘The 2011 is a great wine with…

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