Dinners aboard The Amaryllis were brilliant, showcasing the Grands Crus to bring out their full potential. Check out some of our favorite pairings.
We tasted white and red Burgundies from all 32 Grands Cru vineyards over the course of 6 dinners. They forced me to do it.
This is the first of several posts documenting our Grand Cru Burgundy barge cruise, an unforgettable experience that should be on every Burgundy-lover’s bucket list. First up . . . the barge and our itinerary.
The wine pairings we enjoyed at Mr. G’s illustrate the flexibility of Sancerre and Chardonnay with different foods. Here’s how it came down.
Everyone seems to enjoy Leek and Potato Soup: hearty and soulful, but with a subdued flavor profile. As such, it calls for a wine pairing that’s contrasting in style. Select Cali Chardonnays and White Burgundies deliver on that.
‘Tis the season to recommend wines for the Holidays. We believe this post is “more complete” than the recommendations provided by your local newspaper or wine merchant.
Franciacorta, Italy’s great sparkling wine, is a versatile pairing partner. Especially when it is enjoyed in its backyard – the shores of beautiful Lake Como!
Summer means lighter wines, lighter fare and fast preparations. Vermentino and Shrimp Scampi deliver all of that. Check out the details in this post.
With dominant flavors such as anchovy, garlic and capers in this killer sauce, what’s the right pairing: Pinot Gris, Verdicchio or Chardonnay??? Tune in.
Salmon, Tuna, Swordfish – all great, but don’t you want to grill something else for a change? Try Black Cod . . . especially with this Pea Sauce from a great chef that may be new to you. While you’re at it, make room for Vouvray on your wine rack – a versatile, delicious white wine!