If you’re looking for brunch recipes that will knock Mom’s socks off, we’ve got the perfect menu for you! With wines paired to match, these dishes work great for everything from a springtime brunch soiree, to weddings, bridal showers, and elegant cocktail parties. Wine Pairing: Chateau Bonnet Blanc, 2011, Entre-Deux-Mers (white wine) Tarragon Lobster Cocktails... Read More
An Italian favorite during holiday season and family gatherings, the history of anisette cookies is a bit unknown. As one of many traditional Italian dishes, this cookie gets it’s flavoring from anise-a seed based extract from a Mediterranean plant (in the parsley family). The taste is similar to black licorice, although it is not directly... Read More
Try this Italian meatless main dish at your next virtual dinner party. Pair it up with a glass of Corvina wine from Verona, tomato and garlic bruschetta, a mixed green salad, and an Italian raspberry Prosecco float for dessert. Read More
An Italian-inspired end to your meal. Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco Float 4 oz Tussock Jumper Prosecco DOC, chilled *available on Drizly 1 scoop Tipsy Scoop Raspberry Limoncello Sorbet 1 oz vodka Place two scoops of the sorbet into a cocktail glass, top with Prosecco and vodka, and garnish with fresh berries. Serve.
This month’s wine focus in on all things rose, pink, and pretty, in honor of spring and that first blush of summer that we know is on its way. These wines are regularly misunderstood as being sweet and cloying. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Rosé wines are a lighter version of existing varietals... Read More