De franchisenemers zijn er minder blij mee. Hoewel de informatievoorziening de online verkoop zal stimuleren, zal de offline verkoop daarmee worden ontmoedigd. Voor Albert Heijn maakt de bron van inkomsten niet uit, omdat de omzet bij elkaar wordt op geteld. Op deze manier maakt de formule het niet makkelijker voor de franchisenemer.
We paired this dish with a South Italian wine, Villa Matilde’s Fiano di Avellino 2010 (Campania regoin).Fiano is a white grape on the fuller side of the taste spectrum, with in its youth an expressive flowery bouquet with a hint of honey, and enough body to take some wood, which is not at all prominent, but just works well with the nice full structure of the wine. The richness helps matching with the salty tasty cheese in this dish and can go with the slight creaminess. Its acidity, enough but not fierce, helps the pairing with the tomatoes. The slight touch of wood matches nicely with the fried aubergine. Villa Matilde makes this wine in a very nice clean style, which provides a lot of joy in its drinking, and helps enhance the pleasure of the aroma and balanced body.I can recommend this wine also with simple grilled fresh fish, prepared with for example just sea salt, some lemon juice drops and a dash of fine olive oil. A light fish risotto or stew can do as well, as can grilled shrimp.This wine can age around 3 years, which many like personally I like it most at around 2 years of age.Another Villa Matilde wine that I really like is their Greco di Tufo. Great match with lighter pure tomato based pastas and lighter fish dishes, and pasta frutti di mare. I like the white fruit aroma it has, with its medium fullness, and in the version from this wine house its bright crispiness.