Some of our favorite recipe pairings….very tasty.
I feel as though this recipe is a classic for many individuals. This particular recipe seems lighhearted enough. The lemon and white wine flavors will mesh well to create a great meal. However, being fried, I want to bring in enough acid in the wine pairing to support that and meld with the citrus tones…. read more »
Here’s another great recipe for brussels sprouts. I absolutely love them…especially with the pancetta. Brilliant. The slight anise of the pancetta and the vegetable character will do well with a Chilean Sauvignon Blanc. It’s a dish you must try…hopefully it’s a hit for you all! Thanks to Smitten Kitchen for the recipe. 1 1/2 cups… read more »
I know it’s summertime and it’s hard to think about eating soup…but this recipe looks too good not to share with you. With this wine pairing, I want to go after the viscosity of the dish as well as the flavor profile. I think I like a rich Chardonnay with this, Sonoma preferably. Enough oak… read more »
I got hungry just looking at the title of this recipe, not to mention all the amazing ingredients. Let’s put it this way…I called Mrs. K to tell her to get the ingredients from the market so we could make it tonight. I have to think that a dish like this seeks its native wine…. read more »
I love good ol’ fashion meatballs. And these are great. Even though a Cabernet is called for in the recipe, I definitely need to have a Chianti Classico. It just makes sense in my brain. Check out the recipe from The Kitchn here.
Although this combination is a little different than my palate usually desires, I think this sounds delicious and refreshing. As I was reading this, I was craving a young Macabeo. It has perfect lime character that will match the mint. Click here for the recipe from Smitten Kitchen.
This recipe jumped out at me as I was looking through the Smitten Kitchen blog pages. It looked so fun and presented quite the challenge when developing a pairing for it. I want to cut the oil with some acid in the wine and pick up on the vegetable flavors from the broccoli. A crisp… read more »
This is a fun twist to a classic seafood treat. Sounds perfect for summertime to me! Especially when you pair it with a fresh, no-oak Chardonnay. One that has crisp citrus tones that you may find in the Central Coast. Delicious. Click here for the recipe or see below. Ingredients 2 Tbsp… read more »
Recipes like this are a huge hit in my family. Everyone loves pasta night….duh! With this, I would serve a full bodied Sauvignon Blanc that picks up on the herbs. How about a nice Chilean version? Get the recipe here!
Ree Drummond, “The Pioneer Woman”, has done it again. This bruschetta panini is wonderful. As far as a wine pairing, I’m really going out on a limb because this wine is rather difficult to find. A Pinot Nero Blanc…White Pinot Noir from Italy…would be INCREDIBLE with this. Click here for the recipe.