Meaning “primitive” or “early” Primitivo is an Italian grape that tends to ripen early in the season. It’s robust, refined and having a comeback. Here are three bottles to try made with the Primitivo grape.
November 8th has been dubbed “International Tempranillo Day.” Being the main grape of Rioja, check out a few food and Rioja wine pairings, featuring Tempranillo, to celebrate with.
Start a new breakfast ritual. This peanut butter and jelly breakfast bowl is made with yogurt and oats and is topped with homemade grape jam.
Grapes are totally delicious on their own, but if you are looking for a special treat, roast them and turn them into a delicious and refreshing grape sorbet.
Cooked with spices, this sweet and savory grape chutney is great with baked brie, crackers or even on a sandwich or with a cheese board.
A tart and refreshing smoothie that will get you in the mood for summer!
Grape, Onion and Rosemary Focaccia is a blend of savory and sweet. When roasted, the…
A bold sweet and savory appetizer, roasted grape crostini with a balsamic reduction and creamy ricotta is a wonderful winter bite.
Chewy black rice is tossed with grapes, green apple, celery, scallions, raisins, and cilantro before being coated in a creamy curry cashew dressing. The result is savory, sweet, spicy, crunchy, nutty and altogether wonderful.
Honey, walnuts, fresh thyme, roasted grapes and triple cream blue cheese get together on one pizza for a perfect last hoorah of summer.
A cool pasta salad of tomato penne is combined with chicken, blue cheese dressing, red onions, plump red grapes, and tarragon. Perfect on a hot day.
Gummies made simply with three ingredients- fruit juice, gelatin, and honey, easily satisfy a sweet tooth. Try them with your favorite juice flavo
Crostini are simple starters to a meal or cocktails. Cambozola, a Brie-style cheese with a hint of blue veining, tops toasted bread with delicate grapes.
A fun blend of flavors creates a refreshing salad with warm spices and a crunch of slivered almonds to top it all off.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
Light, yet still slightly crunchy, the height this baby gets is all from the eggs in the batter. Top with sweet concord syrup.
Successful tailgate food should have variety and versatility. These bread slices covered in blue cheese spread with roasted tomatoes or grapes are just that
Charred over hot coals then marinated with crushed garlic and basil, these grape tomatoes are truly the taste of summer.
Roasting grapes for this refreshing salad brings out their natural sweetness and adds an amazing depth of flavor.
Serve these as an appetizer or a main on the first day and toss leftovers with tomatoes, cilantro and onions to make a quick and fragrant stir-fry.
The grapes were a beautifully sweet and delicate addition to these super simple cream scones.
This bread is hearty, like a thick Sicilian pizza due to the toppings. It is also one of the quickest, easiest breads you’ll ever make.
Wonderfully simple and free from any artificial flavors, quench your thirst with this homemade grape juice.
This rustic flat bread baked in a very hot cast iron skillet with a couple of handfuls of grapes makes a perfect snack.
Little bites of lavender pie crust topped with sweet, juicy champagne grapes.