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!
Elevate the status of chicken thighs by pairing it with mushrooms, tomatoes, pancetta . . . and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano – Tuscany’s friendly version of Sangiovese.
With the onset of cold, wet weather, comfort foods command your attention. This excellent soup recipe will likely move to your go-to list, especially when paired with Chenin Blanc . . . a varietal that beat out some other likely candidates!
The Holidays are nearing, so I thought I’d share with you my recommendations for your special dinners this Season. Cheers!!!
Happy Thanksgiving! Here are some ideas for what to pour for dinner tonight. All the best!
Farm-raised Venison Tenderloin – the healthier red meat – is a game-changer. No guilt. Serve it with Green Peppercorn Sauce and Sicily’s noble red wine, Nero d’Avola.
Rare is the winery tour where one gets the opportunity to taste wine that’s one week old! And wine that’s 30 years old! That was the case for us at Domaine Tempier in Le Plan du Castellet, France.
Restaurants frequently disappoint. But it’s all the more memorable when you find one that truly delivers. Check out our experience in the city of Nice.
You’ve been grilling steaks for years. But you’ve probably never grilled like this blog post suggests. I posit that this will be your new way to grill Rib-Eye! Check it out.
Ready for an alternative to dairy-based sauces for fish and vegetables? Enter Romesco – a roasted vegetable sauce from Spain that will move into your top 10 list. Serve it with Torrontes or Amontillado Sherry for a unique food and wine pairing experience.