Wine Pairing Recommendations: Spring Edition


Whether your spring plans including sipping wine on the patio or hosting a BBQ with friends, we want to make sure you have a wine that pairs with every occasion! Read on for our favorite wine and food pairings of the season, and don’t forget to shop with your 20% discount if you need to re-stock!



Unoaked Chardonnay

This light, crisp white wine is arguably the most versatile in our current portfolio. Fermenting in stainless steel as opposed to oak gives this wine its signature brightness and refreshing acidity. Aromatics of grapefruit, fresh strawberries and wet river stones are balanced with hints of ripe melon. The crisp acidity in this wine complements briny seafood and fresh vegetables, while cutting through the richness of creamy sauces and cheese. 

Pairings: Oysters, Goat Cheese, Garden Salad, Smoked Salmon, Veal, Roast Chicken, Pasta Primavera, Sushi, Clam Chowder



Our dry Riesling is made in the traditional German style, with all the fruitiness and flavor of the classic wine, without the residual sugar. You’ll find potent aromas of honeydew melon, pear and green apple, balanced with buttery pastry. Bright acidity complements the ripe fruit flavor, and makes this an extremely food-friendly wine. Go the traditional route and pair it with seafood and white meat, or go bold with a spicy Thai curry. 

Pairings: Salmon, Shrimp, Seared Tuna, Pork Loin, Fish Tacos, Chicken Salad, Prosciutto, Green Curry, Gumbo, Pad Thai



Cuvee Noir

This Rhône style blend is a smooth, luscious combination of Grenache and Petite Sirah. It’s light and bright, with red fruit flavors jumping out of the glass, followed by silky tannins. This is a wine that can go from date night to patio picnic in a flash, with a well-rounded texture that makes it very food-friendly.

Pairings: Camembert, Smoked Gouda, Pizza, Duck, Fettuccine Alfredo, Pot Roast, Burgers,  Grilled Sausage



Red wine lovers don’t have to worry about giving up their cool-weather favorites! Our Malbec is bold and juicy, with a well-rounded balance of acidity and texture to make it a perfect pairing for a variety of foods. Black fruit flavors give way to nutmeg and subtle herbal notes, with a long finish that will leave you wanting more!

Pairings: Salami, Manchego Cheese, Braised Lamb, Grilled Steak, Spaghetti Bolognese, Pulled Pork, Eggplant Parmesan


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