So many times we have fallen for a particular bottle of wine not only because of what is inside, but because of the circumstances in which we are sipping it. Westmount understands this and makes wines that are unpretentious, are ready to adventure and help you explore the style of Oregon no matter how far you are.
These decadent, fudgy wine brownies are studded with port wine soaked dried cherries and topped with a luscious port wine ganache.
To truly celebrate the new season, we’ve teamed up with Cavit wines to bring you a feast of pastas that are fit for spring and paired with the perfect bottles of wine.
Chef Sam Badolato’s Hunter’s Chicken is all about the bounty of the Sonoma Valley, one of the most beautiful and productive wine areas in California.
If you’re anything like us, most wines you buy, you drink within that same year. But if you’re thinking about starting a cellar as an investment or for your own personal enjoyment, here’s a wine you should start with.
What happens when a wine is made more as a gimmick, with the focus being on the label and bottle and trying to attract diehard fans? We let you know our thoughts on the newest Walking Dead wine.
This appetizer takes about 10 minutes to assemble and can be made ahead. Balsamic caprese skewers really are the perfect nibble with a bottle of Moscato wine.
We are totally fine skipping the pressure to pick the perfect restaurant and scrambling to get a reservation for Valentine’s Day. So, instead, check out our guide to an easy, but still romantic, night-in paired perfectly with elegant wines.
For us, the Super Bowl is actually all about food. Rather than filling up on beer and only beer, we’ve mapped out favorite game-day bites, simple to time-consuming, that are perfect with Cavit wines.
Never had a wine from British Columbia? It’s time to change that! Check out our favorite wines from the Okanagan Valley, Canada’s second-largest wine region. PS, they’re not just making ice wines anymore.
Here are some of our favorite wine pairings and tips that can actually be accomplished last minute or on a weeknight. Check out these ideas matched up with Sicilian wines.
We love exploring the different regions of France, but it’s not in the budget to visit as often as we’d like. We’re taking a more affordable approach and exploring different areas of France through wine. Check out this guide as we explore the Rhône Valley, producing affordable, food-friendly Côtes du Rhône wines.
Let’s break away from the usual Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs. It’s a new year. A clean slate to try new wines and explore regions we may be less familiar with. But where to start? Check out these unique wines from the Alto Adige DOC.
Check out these tips to perfectly pairing a charcuterie and wine spread, complete with all the fixings and inspired by the Côtes du Rhône region.
Ready to get cozy? Check out these classically French dishes fit for the coldest days of winter and they’re elegantly paired with wines from Côtes de Bordeaux.
Take the awkwardness and stress out of a holiday gathering by having a wine tasting cart. In four easy steps you and your guests can be enjoying an easy wine and food experience.
For a weeknight meal or a dinner party, whip up this easy pomegranate salmon paired with a fruity Pinot Noir or creamy Chardonnay.
Check out this detailed tutorial on how to roast a whole beef tenderloin, the favorite filet mignon, complete with wine pairings and multiple serving ideas.
The printable wine gift tags are the perfect greeting for all your gifts. Just print, cut and make your next wine present more festive.
While some say the American Dream no longer exists, Mi Sueño winery is proof that hard work and passion can take you from dishwasher to winery founder.
Hosting this holiday season? Check out how to make your very own wine glass charms so each guest can keep track of their glass.
Refine your wine pairing skills before the holiday parties with this guide that matches Sonoma-Cutrer wines and festive foods.
Happy Hours are best when served at home. Take advantage of togetherness this season and host a happy hour with friends, wine and this butternut and apple flatbread.
For those moments when unexpected holiday guests are coming over, your day was too jam packed to plan an elaborate party dish or when you’re invited to a get-together and you totally forgot to plan a dish, these last minute appetizer recipes are here to save the day.
Make a pledge to get outside this week and enjoy the fresh air, good company and wine. Time to plan a fall picnic happy hour.
Just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean an outdoor adventure is out of the question. Make a big batch of this warm bean soup, pack it up in a thermos and head out with a blanket and a bottle of wine for a walk in the woods or a stroll in the park.
Hosting a holiday dinner? Think outside the box and serve up a flavorful, cozy Indian-Style vegetarian holiday dinner paired perfectly with wine.
Grab a bottle of wine, disconnect from social media and get outside for an internet detox and hard reset with friends and family around the campfire.
What could be a better appetizer than salty, crunchy cheesy Parmesan twists? Pair them with a bottle of Chardonnay and the party is off to a great start.
Give your leftovers a delicious second life with this easy flatbread paired with Pinot Noir wine.
Expecting a house of guests for the holidays or having a group of friend over? Plan a fun activity like this wine scavenger hunt. It get people active, having fun and there’s wine involved. Win, win, win.
Add these vegetarian stuffed mushrooms to your party appetizer lineup. Pair them with a Pinot Noir and your gathering is deliciously off to the races.
Gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing… turkey can get tricky when we’re talking about pairing it with wine. Check out these bottles that not only play well with the bird, but also all of its fixings.
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.
A bottle of wine is a go-to gift for your friends or family members who love good food, good wine, and good company. Ensure the wine present feels meaningful with a little bit of thought. From beautiful ways to wrap a bottle to making an educated guess about what someone will like, here are our top tips to giving wine as a gift. Our favorite part about giving wine? It’s easy to purchase last minute, but it is always special.
This Hearty Winter Quiche is the perfect dish to serve at a holiday wine party or festive brunch. With a crust made with grits and a sweet potato, sausage, collard greens filling, this quiche can be made in advance. Looking for wines to pair with this hearty entree? The Sonoma-Cutrer Russian River Pinot Noir and the Cutrer Chardonnay sip smoothly and offer variety for a crowd, too.
Togetherness is one of the best things about this time of the year. Enjoy time with family and friends (instead of spending too much time in the kitchen) with this easy butternut bruschetta appetizer and wine pairing.
Stressing over what wine to pair with holiday food? Relax and check out these wines pairing ideas featuring sweet potatoes served with bacon jam and wine that can be shipped to your door.
Thanksgiving can be a food-lover’s dream come true, but a wine pairing nightmare. With hearty potato sides and fresh kale salads, it can be hard to find the perfect bottles to pair with all your dishes. Check out these tips and Cavit wines that will help you handle the autumn feast. Cheers!
A bottle of wine is a go-to gift for your friends or family members who love good food, good wine, and good company. Ensure the wine present feels meaningful with a little bit of thought and these tips.
Korean braised short ribs, or galbi jjim, are the perfect warm food when you are hosting a dinner party or just want to feel cozy. Plus, check out the perfect wine pairings with this dish.
This is your guide to best Riesling wine pairings for Thanksgiving, Christmas, winter dinner parties and beyond.
Close your eyes and picture this: the Apennine Mountains serve as your backdrop, there is…
It looks like a town from a fairytale movie and its wines are just as delightful, discover Eguisheim, France in the Alsatian region.
We’re celebrating the first official weekend of fall with these wines. Check out our picks that pair well with cool nights, heartier foods and warm spices.
It’s Friday, and what better way to celebrate Garnacha Day! This easy-to-drink red wine comes from the Carinena, a northern region of Spain. It pairs well with most commonly cooked favorite dishes and just as impressive on the pocket as it is on the palate.
Halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles lies the city and wine region of Paso Robles that has been growing a diverse array of grapes from Bordeaux classics and to favorite American varietals since the 1790’s.
Dive into the world of Beaujolais wine with these fun serving and pairing tips.
Spend the weekend sipping on something new. We’re hailing Greek wines form the southeastern region known for growing the Savatiano grape. These white wines are the perfect expression to finish off the summer and take us into fall
This hearty chopped salad is loaded with crisped prosciutto, chickpeas, feta, chicken and even small, round pasta. It’s a refreshing, easy meal paired with an approachable red wine.
If you enjoy California wines, chances are you have had a bottle from the Los Carneros region that straddles Sonoma and Napa. Here are some facts about the foggy wine region.
While in reality these Alto Adige wines are great throughout the year, these three grapes have tantalized our tastebuds this summer and are perfectly light and refreshing for the season.
Discover Greek wines of the Mediterranean that pair perfectly with fresh fish from the sea.
These grilled peach s’mores are assembled on a stick and easy to make over your next summer campfire. Pair with Moscato wine for a scrumptious treat.
When it’s too hot out to think, this summer wine guide is here to save you the trouble. Cool down and relax with these refreshing summer sippers.
Here are five wines that we can’t get enough of so far this summer. Grab one or a few this weekend and let us know if you find a perfect patio pairing as you’re pouring. Bonus, each wine is less than $20 a bottle.
Looking for a wine that is perfect with smoky grilled meats, but isn’t too powerful for a hot summer day? Look no further. Check out this red wine served slightly chilled.
Check out these cool white wines that bring scents of a fresh-cut flower bouquet to your wine glass and your table. They’re delicious to sip all summer long.
The white grape varietal, Chenin Blanc hails from France’s Loire Valley, but it has also taken root in South Africa where it is often known as Steen. Check out these favorite bottles from the New World region.
This recipe is based on the highly quaffable Italian aperitif made with Aperol and Prosecco garnished with a slice of orange. Aperol is very similar to Campari, but with a lower alcohol content and a slightly less bitter flavor.