17 recipes match for this wine.
Smoked Salmon Penne Pasta
In a world of anything-goes-food-and-wine pairing, we're on the lookout for recipes that match well with red OR white wines. This is one such recipe, and it makes two servings... Get The Recipe
Quick And Easy Fagole And Escarole
We tried this recipe and loved it - for three reasons: 1. it tastes great; 2. it's good for you; and 3. it matches beautifully with white OR red wine! We suggest serving it with French/Italian breads... Get The Recipe
One of our favorite wine recipes-- try it yourself with Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigioa white blend... Get The Recipe
Try this recipe - a flavorful change of pace from the typical Alfredo sauce - with Pietra Santa's &quot;Sasso Bianco,&quot;any other medium-bodied to full-flavored white wine. It serves 6 to 8... Get The Recipe
Lemony Lamb Chops
Here's a versatile dish that matches well with red BordeauxMerlot, yet also can be enjoyed with white wines because of its lemon-flavored sauce. It makes 4 servings... Get The Recipe
White Wine Cheese Ball
Okay, it may be a bit of a stretch to place the classic label on a cheese ball.
But when you make it with your favorite white wine, it does lend a touch of... class.
And what better way to spend your time as your count down the hours to a... Get The Recipe
Linguini And Clams
This recipe comes from the aptly-named Feast restaurant in Santa Rosa, California - right in the heart of Sonoma County wine country. It matches perfectly with Sauvignon Blanc and other white wines, and serves 4 to 6. Get The Recipe
Papaya Pear Mango Salsa
Normally, we provide Vinesse members with complete recipes for wine-friendly fare. This month, however, we thought we'd share a pair of &quot;topping&quot; recipes that will bring any number of main course selections to life. We begin with this salsa recipe from our friends at Sonoma County's Kenwood Vineyards. Try it over sea bass, halibutsalmon for a palate-awakening change of pace, and enjoy it with Sauvignon Blanc, White Bordeauxalmost any white blend. Get The Recipe
Here's a recipe for a tasty dish that has a movie named after it this summer.
The Chicago Tribune calls it &quot;an upscale version of the French peasant dish,&quot; and we'd suggest serving it with almost any wine - white, red, pinksparkling - as long as the wine is light-bodied. This recipe yields 12 servings. Get The Recipe