Food And Wine Pairing

    Peach and Ginger Cobbler and Tablas Creek Petit Manseng for #winePW

    Wine Pairing Weekend is a monthly collaborative event for wine/food bloggers started by David Crowley of Cooking Chat. It’s a great way to find food and wine pairings that work; along with tips on how to create your own food and wine pairing magic. The theme for this month’s Wine Pairing Weekend is ““Fall Fruits and Wine Pairings“, and it’s all about making dishes prepared wi ...

    7 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

    Pinot Noir BBQ Sauce

    Pinot Noir BBQ Sauce by Mary on October 6, 2014 When the delicate flavors of Pinot Noir and the bold badass flavors of BBQ sauce collide. Shortly after hubs got Big Smokey he started catering events. Since the man works in business by day — and has never worked as a caterer or even in a restaurant for that matter (unless you count the one time he worked as a busboy when h ...

    6 readers - By Vindulge

      Support The Girls and Breast Cancer Research With These Wines

      MyWinePal - - 4 readers - Charitable Wines Breast cancer I hazard to guess has touched every Canadian family in some way or another. In my family my mother had breast cancer, which was thankfully cured. I have lost a sister-in-law to breast cancer, and I have a friend who has been treated and is currently in remission, and I hope on the road to being declared cancer free and cured.

      Wine of the Week; 2012 Tablas Creek Petit Manseng

      ENOFYLZ Wine Blog - - 4 readers - Every Thursday I feature a wine I particularly enjoy, whether it’s something new and different, is a great value, or from a producer worth checking out. My Wine Of The Week is the 2012 Tablas Creek Petit Manseng. The Winery Tablas Creek Vineyard (“TCV”) is probably the best-known of all Paso Robles wineries specializing in Rhone style wines.

      Budget Friendly Wines for Budget Friendly #SundaySupper

      ENOFYLZ Wine Blog - - 4 readers - The theme for this week’s #SundaySupper is all about budget friendly dishes. The thing about the best budget friendly foods is that one doesn’t feel doesn’t feel cheated. You still can still get a delicious healthy meal if you invest a bit of time into achieving satisfying results. It’s the same with wine.

      Announcements, Recent Articles, and all things Mushrooms

      Vindulge - - 3 readers - Announcements, Recent Articles, and all things Mushrooms by Mary on October 8, 2014 Announcement: Now writing for Bottlenotes I’m excited to share I’m now writing freelance for The Daily Sip by Bottlenotes. If you’re unfamiliar with the site, Bottlenotes is a fun, educational, and entertaining website focusing on wine and beer.

    The latest about Food And Wine Pairing

      Budget Friendly Wines for Budget Friendly #SundaySupper

      … Chili from Peaceful Cooking Pair these dishes with a Cabernet Sauvignon. I like the 2012 Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($10). It’s a blend of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with some Merlot, Syrah, Malbec and Mourvedre. It’s easy drinking with a plum, dark cherry, and vanilla character. Hunters Stew from Simply Healthy Family…

      4 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Wine of the Week; 2012 Tablas Creek Petit Manseng

      …. The flavors follow the aromas with spiced sweet lemon zest joining the party. Clean lingering finish. Retail - $35 (500ml) Rating: A-; This was such an enjoyable wine for me! Pair with: I paired this with a Peach Ginger Cobbler I prepared for a food and wine pairing event (see link below), but its refreshing acidity and off-dry character make…

      4 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      6 Albariños to try out…

      … style. Terras Gauda ‘Abadía de San Campio’ 2013 (Rias Baixas, Spain) — $20 Crisp and citrusy with apple, pineapple, and fresh lemon aromas, and a bit bold in the mouth with more tropical fruit becoming dominant with vibrant acidity. Overall, dry, crisp, citrusy, and acidic. ‘Robalino’ Albarino 2013 (Rias Baixas, Spain) — $18 Bright, crisp…

      2 readers - By Vindulge

      Smoked Tri-Tip Sandwiches with Chimichurri Sauce

      … Factor: This was also a picky toddler approved meal! WINE PAIRING Now most folks will recommend red wine with smoked steak. But doused in this sauce with all its herbaceous and acidic flavors opens it up to white wine. White wine with steak? You betcha! Look for something with strong herbal and lemony characteristics that mimic…

      2 readers - By Vindulge

      Some Last Minute BC Wines for Thanksgiving

      … flavour. You need a wine that can stand up on it’s own and complement the roasted flavours. A lightly oaked Chardonnay is one choice, an aromatic Pinot Gris, or if you prefer red, a juicy Merlot, a Gamay Noir or Pinot Noir (see my Ham pairing wines). A few that I’ve tasted over the past year: Burrowing Owl Estate Winery Chardonnay 2009 ($25). Light pear…

      1 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

      Beer Versus Wine (And Don’t Forget The Cider) + Food

      … Beer Versus Wine (And Don’t Forget The Cider) + Food I don’t know what you think based on the title, but the premise of this [short] post is simple. The Wondering Gourmand has a permanent monthly feature in his blog, called “Beer Versus Wine Pairing Challenge”. In that challenge, you are given a choice of a dish, and you are supposed to come…

      1 readers - By Talk-A-Vino

      Announcements, Recent Articles, and all things Mushrooms

      …. They do this through their daily newsletter, national events, and social media platforms. I’ll be focusing on one of my favorite topics, recipes and wine pairings, through their Daily Sip newsletter. My first article, Wines to Pair with Tailgating Classics, was published last month. My second piece, Expert Advice on Pairing Wine with Mushrooms…

      3 readers - By Vindulge

      Pinot Noir BBQ Sauce

      … barbecue sauce recipe (below). We decided to take it up a notch by using their Pinot Noir IN the sauce. Pinot Noir and BBQ? Really? Pairing wine and BBQ can be tricky, especially when the wines are more delicate in nature, like Pinot Noir for example. And Phelps Creeks wines, their Pinot Noirs in particular, are not the type of bold in-your-face…

      6 readers - By Vindulge

      Support The Girls and Breast Cancer Research With These Wines

      …. The rose is delightful and I would not hesitate to share it with anyone, male or female. The Girls Vivacious Rosé ($19.99) This Rosé wine is made from the Merlot grape, where the skins are left in contact with the grape must for a short period of time before being bled off (saignee method to be precise). It is a light orangy salmon in colour, and has…

      4 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

      Champagne Chronicles-Day 2

      … to exquisite Champagne pairing dinners. This is the second in what will be a series of five posts about my visit to Champagne (Click here for Day 1) Our itinerary for Day 2 included: Visit to Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (C.I.V.C) Lunch at the restaurant Les Grains d’Argent Tour and tasting at Champagne Roger Coulon Tour, tasting…

      2 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Recent Articles on Wine4.Me

      … of what to do with leftovers (chicken, beef, pork, veggies, etc.)? Tacos. Want something different for breakfast? Yes, tacos. Need an idea for quick dinner when it’s already 5:00 pm and you’re on your way home from work and forgot to thaw the chicken? Tacos! I recently discovered the easiest way to make killer verde chicken tacos — no crock-pot required Check it out HERE. You can find these articles and more on the Wine4.Me blog. Tagged as: Food and wine pairing, recipes, wine4.me wine app…

      2 readers - By Vindulge

      Best Pairing of the Summer: Mad Violets Riesling with Grilled Oysters

      … with minerality and stone fruit flavors and an acidity that starts your mouth salivating, the wine then lightens with notes of honey, honeysuckle, and flowers on the finish. Mad Violets crafts this Riesling in the the off-dry German Kabinett style. I paired this delicious-on-its own-but-even-better-with-food wine with freshly grilled oysters straight…

      4 readers - By Oregon Winette

      Friday Favorites – anniversaries, box wine, and upcoming adventures

      …A roundup of my favorite things from the week in the categories of wine, food, travel, and lifestyle. WINE & FOOD Anniversary Food & Wines This week marked hubby and my 9th wedding anniversary. Though it fell on a weekday it didn’t stop us from going big for dinner. Hubs grilled up some amazing NY strip steaks doused with smoked butter…

      6 readers - By Vindulge

      A Chilean Winemaker in Argentina – Meet Aurelio Montes Jr. of Kaiken Winery

      … need to get to know them first. But they just invited me with open arms,” and showered him with food and wine. And of course the moment he said the word barbecue I had to know more. “In Argentina,” he continues, “barbecues last all day long. You estimate about 2.5 lbs of meat per person since you start eating and drinking at around noon, and don’t…

      By Vindulge