This Instant Pot Beef Stroganoff recipe results in the most tender beef, in a saucy, creamy gravy. The egg noodles even cook in the same pot making for easy cleanup and a no-fuss meal. Plus, it’s the perfect weeknight meal or dinner party main dish to pair with wine.
This Kale Caesar Salad is topped with crispy chicken, quick-pickled radishes and almonds for added crunch. Pair with this Italian Rosato Toscana wine for a perfect duo.
Half and Half Linguini uses half “real” noodles and half zucchini noodles for a tasty treat with less calories. Plenty of fresh herbs – mint, dill, and parsley – brighten things up along with the briny capers which are fried until crispy.
This Peruvian Grilled Chicken is packed with flavor and served with a creamy green sauce. Add some international flair to your barbecue with this chicken recipe and a bottle of Portuguese Vinho Verde to pair.
Wondering what wine to serve with your BBQ fare this summer? Keep reading to find out why Beaujolais is one of the most food-friendly wines out there, and why it is the best wine to pair with grilled foods.
This roasted lemon and cherry tomato salad is the perfect side dish. Sweet tomatoes combine with a tangy vinaigrette and delicious roasted lemons.
Topped with crispy bacon and a creamy garlic crème fraîche, this roasted cabbage is a decadent treat that pairs well with Pinot Noir and still is packed with nutrients.
Celebrate the season of cassoulet by warming up with this hearty fennel and duck cassoulet paired with French Languedoc wines. Be sure to enter the giveaway to win a cassoulet kit for yourself.
Four easy steps. That’s all it takes to create a festive holiday charcuterie board with fresh spreads, herbs, meats, and cheeses.
Wrapped in bacon and served with a creamy horseradish sauce and a glass of Sonoma-Cutrer wine, these filet mignon bites are dressed to impress.
Creamy, hearty and warm, this sweet potato au gratin is a perfect side dish for the coldest days of the year.
Have fun with your Thanksgiving wine pairings and serve each course with a different Riesling, all with different levels of sweetness. There really is a Riesling for every dish.
Bring some beautiful purple hues to the table with this side dish of prosciutto-wrapped radicchio served with a balsamic fig reductions. It’s sweet, salty and just a touch bitter from the radicchio. The perfect flavor combo.
This easy baked goat cheese appetizer is made with French Bûcherondin goat cheese and marinara sauce and can be thrown together in minutes. Serve with crostini when it’s hot and bubbly.
A creamy, rich and decadent mascarpone risotto with peas, mint and prosciutto served with a glass of rosé from Beaujolais.
Here’s how to easily host a backyard rosé party complete with a delicious charcuterie board.
Perfect for bunch or tea, bake a batch of this sweet treat, lemon cream scones served with blueberry preserves.
Dive into a bowl of this spicy potato vindaloo curry, a delicious Indian vegetarian dish that is quick to make for lunch or dinner.
Mix up this ginger cranberry bellini as a festive sparkling cocktail that’s perfect for brunch or holiday parties.
A bowl of this hearty sausage, kale and lentil stew in a tomato-based broth will warm you to the core while filling you up and bringing loads of nutrients to the table.
Dive into a bowl of this Indian Squash Curry, a delicious vegetarian dinner simmered with fragrant spices and rich coconut milk.
Create an elegant fall harvest cheese board in just four easy steps. Assemble a beautiful cheese spread garnished with seasonal produce, nuts, homemade apple butter and fresh herbs.
Sprinkled with aleppo pepper, salt and a squeeze of lime juice, cool slices of watermelon just went to a whole new savory summer level when paired with wine.
On a pizza, in a sandwich, or used in a dip, this peppery arugula pesto with a hint of lemon zest is a bright change perfect for summer.
Take your grilling to a whole new flavorful level with grilled lemon chicken skewers served with a spiced harissa yogurt.
Rosé is the perfect glass for summer weather and foods and it will please both your red and white wine drinkers. Discover favorites that are so affordable.
Tangy lemon mingles with mascarpone for a creamy risotto with parmesan for an extra bite. Plus, the broth used is infused with lemon peels and saffron.
Blended with smokey pineapple and a splash vanilla extract, this well-rounded drink is sure to refresh with a hint of spice, too.
This cocktail is cool, refreshing, and so easy to make, no fancy ingredients required.
Roasted fennel gives this simple pasta dish a nutty, caramelized flavor that is hard to find anywhere else.
Easily create an impressive dessert cheese plate in just a few simple steps, wine included. Plus, make a tasty addition of tart cinnamon plum jam
Miso and roasted garlic mashed potatoes make for a quick and easy side dish with tons of umami flavor that make them anything but basic.
Simple frozen blueberries, vodka, lemon juice and agave muddled together create a beautiful cocktail fit for the holiday season.
Sweet, salty, smokey with crunch, bacon and date appetizers are a perfect party food for fall and the holidays. Pair with a Garnacha wine for a match made in heaven.
Take your guacamole dip to the next level with creamy, tangy blue cheese and smoked, salty almonds.
Slightly charred, this grilled pizza with caramelized onions, sun-dried tomatoes, and walnuts is a culinary delight.
If you aren’t already hooked on fennel, this dish with polenta and a kick of spiced sausage will do the trick.