Romantic dinners should be memorable, but they shouldn’t cost their weight in Valentine’s diamonds. Here are a few tips for a romantic dinner for two that doesn’t hurt the wallet. LOCATIONThere is one rule to follow when it comes to location – intimacy. This means no booking that fancy restaurant because you are staying home this Valentine’s night. The ideal romantic location is one where you can be on your own, enjoying a romantic evening just the two of you.FOODRemember that a Valentine’s dinner should not be like a wedding dinner so no double starter, multiple first course and second courses, followed by fruit and dessert. You will only want to fall asleep when the night is done! The best meal to have is to start off with a small starter to get the evening started. Follow it with a red meat dish, something homemade as a gesture of love. Love does not come out of the frozen food aisle. As for dessert... the best desserts are eaten with your hands! Choose something that allows you to get a little “dirty” and start the night off right!WINEThis is the fundamental part of the dinner menu. If you want to celebrate Valentine’s Day dinner properly, you will need a wine that oozes excellence. The label, prestige, aromas and flavors will all add to the evening. The right bottle of wine will be able to enhance the senses and create the perfect atmosphere. You will essentially need two bottles of wine for Valentine’s dinner. One The first bottle of wine we recommend is a Brunello di Montalcino – it is the perfect combination of prestige and brand. This wine is sure to make a great impression on anyone, especially that special someone. The second wine we recommend is a bottle of sparkling wine, something superior to the normal “bubbles” you may be used to. A Farnito Brut is a perfect sparkling wine. It is produced in limited quantities, making it a special bottle for a special occasion. This is the perfect way to end your night!