It was love at first sight for Princess. This wine is fresh, and so flavorful and delicious. It has the "glug glug factor" that makes it hard to stop tasting and sharing with family and friends. This crisp wine is perfect with oysters, and all other shellfish. You will not find a wine anywhere is the US that gets close to the quality of this wine for the same price. Refreshing in more ways than one!
Food pairing note: An all occasion delicious wine. One of our favorites! As aperitif : Goat Cheese on Crostini with Fig Jam; for a Luncheon: Chicken Salad with Grapes, Celery and Toasted Almonds; for Dinner: Grilled Snapper or Seabass with Pine Nut, Lemon-Butter Sauce and a side of Fettuccine Alfredo with Lemon Zest. Repeat....delicious!
Food pairing: Everyone loves this wine! You can drink it with appetizers such as Crostini Smeared with Honey and Goat Cheese such as the one made by the lovely Louisa Yarmuth in Seattle, or for a more hearty meal try Pork Chops with Roasted Apples or Seared Scallops with Mango Salsa. This unusual blend of grapes, in the capable hands of winemaker Olivier Pascal, delivers! Thirst for the ideal...accomplished!
Food pairing: If you have trouble sharing, then open this wine alone. Seriously. But if you love company too then serve on the weekend with Eggs Benedict Drenched in a Gorgeous Buttery Lemon Hollandaise; Crusty Chicken Pot Pie; or Roasted Pork Loin with Calvados Cream Sauce.
Food pairing: Get to know this lovely Lioness! Beautiful flavors with Mandarin-Almond Chicken Salad; Shrimp Sautée with Tarragon-Chervil Lemon Butter and Zucchini Noodles; Pork Tenderloin with Apricot-Onion-Brioche Stuffing.
Food pairing: This wine which comes from “The Cathedral“ vineyard will bring you to your knees when served with Blue Cheese and Pear pastry appetizers; Roast Yuzu Chicken and Japanese slaw with Mirin Vinaigrette; or Tagliatelle of Wild Mushrooms.
Food pairing: This beautiful white wine is an untraditional blend of Chenin Blanc and Grenache Blanc. The result is elegant and flavorful with just the right amount minerality. Think Shrimp Pad Thai, Grilled Lemongrass Chicken and Halibut Cheeks with Ginger-Orange Sauce.
Food pairing: Impress yourself (never mind the others) by serving this favorite of Princess with Cedar Planked Copper River Salmon with Mango-Grapefruit Butter; Coquilles Saint-Jacques with Pernod; or Tempura Fried Shrimp with Ginger-Chili Sauce and Jasmine Rice.
Food Pairing: WARNING: This wine is incredibly drinkable. Do not open alone. Because of perfect balance, you can drink this wine alone with cheese and crackers, or she shines like a jewel with Pan Roasted Halibut and Grilled Pineapple, or Chilled Oysters on the Half Shell with Yuzu Mignonette.
Food pairing: All purpose delicious! Aperitif wine: Goat cheese tartlettes and olives; Lunch wine: Roasted turkey sandwich with sundried tomato-basil mayonnaise; and Dinner: Braised chicken with fennel and preserved lemon.
Food pairing: Hand your keys to the designated driver before you open this bottle!! It is deliciously irresistible. Drink with Lunch: Green papaya and prawn salad; Appetizers: Goat cheese and honey puff pastries; and Dinner: tempura battered fish and celery root-apple slaw.
Food pairing: Diva means goddess and you will feel her presence when you drink this wine with Chef KD’s Pan Roasted Salmon with Smoked Almond, Cherry, Orange and Rosemary Butter; or Pork Loin Stuffed with Prunes, Garlic and Sage; or Pan Fried Seabass with Lemongrass and Chive Sabayon Sauce. Heavenly....
Food pairing: Your show stopper at a fine dinner of Crabcakes with Kumquat Aioli; Baked Salmon with Yuzu Hollandaise sauce; Oven Roasted Whole Chicken Basted with Garlic Butter served with Chinese Chive Pancakes. Wonderful also with Roasted Veal Chops with Mustard and Sage and Chicken Liver Pâte and.......