Pot Roast w/ Veg and Gravy
A wine with bright fruit and strong acidity is best with a savory dish like this.
Wines: Santa Cristina, Rosso, Toscana, 14 Hands HTT White Blend, Washington state
Glazed Holiday Turkey
A simple classic dish should be accompanied by the classic wines enjoyed for years as it’s pair.
Wines: Hob Nob, Pinot Noir, France; Ch. St. Michelle, Reisling, Columbia Valley;
Wild Rice and Cherry Stuffed Pork Loin
Seasonal dishes are savory and spiced accordingly and deserve a unique pairing.
Wines: Michael David, Petite Petit, Lodi; Oliver Winery Muscato, Indiana.
Confetti Couscous Salad
Wine: Pacific Rim Dry Riesling
Brussels Sprouts With Crispy Prosciutto
Wine: Bogle Pinot Noir
Orange & Ginger Sweet Potato Mash
Wine: Sutter Home Gewuztraminer
Asiago Cheese Straws
A salty and robust cheese can be a great pair for a sparkling wine.
Wine: Freixenet Cordon Negre, Brut, Catalonia
Mojo Shrimp and Bacon Wrapped Scallops
Lots of garlic and spice need a counter balance so we don’t have spice overload!
Wines: Villa Maria, Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand; Toad Hollow, Chardonnay, Mendocino County
Pumpkin Hummous and Goat Cheese and Sweet Potato Crostini
These dishes both required a wine with lots of acidity and full bodied fruit.
Wines: Chateau Ste. Michelle Gewurztraminer, Barone Fini, Pinot Grigio, Valdediege
Cranberry Pistachio Brie
A wonderful dish like this need a great wine!
Wines: Torres, Sangre de Toro, Garnacha!!