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Joined Date: Feb 09, 2007
Reviewed Coq au Vin
"evilchef71: You are absolutely correct in your critique of pamnjeromy. Pinot noir is a variety of grape and is also used as a varietal name for wines made in the new world (anywhere not in Europe). Burgundy is named after a region in France with the same name, but the wine is also made with pinot noir grapes. Only wine that comes from Burgundy, France can be called Burgundy as is the same with Champagne, etc.
Mirepoix is a must in traditional French Coq Au Vin as it gives flavor and depth to many classic French sauces. I was shocked that someone would ask why we would use tomato paste, carrots, and celery in a red wine based French sauce. Great authentic recipe, which can be personalized.