Assyrtiko, assertively dry and lemony, is a white wine that can stand up to the pairing challenge of the artichoke. Here’s a way to ease into this pairing and experience this great, Greek grape.
French Onion soup may be old school, but it’s given new life when paired with this Rhone blend from the Ventoux region of southern France.
Have you selected your Thanksgiving wines yet? If not, perhaps this post will help. All the best for a safe and happy Holiday!
Salade Niçoise – the Provençal salad of tuna, egg, potatoes and haricots verts. Surprisingly, the salad pairs with a number of varietals, but not without some cautions. Check it out.
Riesling and Pork. Why not Pinot Noir or Beaujolais? In this case, it’s the carrots that serve as the bridge and makes this pairing spectacular! Check it out.
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!
Seldom do the words in a recipe title point you to a wine pairing. This post is a great example of how this works. Check it out.
Spain’s rich gastronomic heritage serves up a great summer pairing. This post takes you there.
Riesling and a Chilled Curried Soup – a great way to kick-off a summer BBQ party – as well as introducing your guests to a beautiful Dry Riesling from the Finger Lakes!
There’s no better definition of Texas BBQ than a smoked brisket. Succulent, tender and smoky. We like to pair this with an aged Shiraz rather than Zinfandel. Here’s why.