Whether you’re making a drink just for you and a friend or for a whole party crowd, check out these easy Prosecco cocktails that call for just five common ingredients.
Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, drizzled with bright green herb sauce, these crab cakes with chimichurri sauce are perfect for the season. Serve with an unoaked Chardonnay for a delicious pair.
Put those wine corks to good use! Swap out ugly or broken cheese knife handles for fun DIY corks. Or, you can order the knife blades online and simply add the cool cork handles.
There’s nothing more refreshing than sipping a cool glass of Rosé. With a medium-body, and fruit aromas it’s the perfect wine to mingle in cocktails, sauces and paired with a host of foods. Here are 10 things to do with Rosé.
We’re all pretty good at recycling our empty wine bottles, but what about repurposing them? We’ve teamed up with Cavit to bring you two fun and easy DIY wine bottle projects.
Spring is here! And with the new season comes holidays that celebrate new beginnings. We wouldn’t want to leave wine out of these celebrations, so check out these favorite foods paired with Cavit wines that are perfect for Easter or any brunch this season. We take our brunching seriously!
If you’re vegan or not, this is the perfect appetizer to bring to your next gathering. Rather than meats and cheese, this vegan charcuterie board is loaded with veggies, nuts and nut-based cheese. Don’t forget the wine! Check out the perfectly paired vegan wine to match.
This Parmesan and Garlic Salmon and Asparagus dish is a complete sheet pan supper that leaves you with only one pan to clean. And it is extra delicious with an epic garlic parmesan crust and a glass of red wine to pair.
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.
This vegetarian Instant Pot Minestrone Soup with pasta and beans is a fast and healthy weeknight dinner that can be made in under 30 minutes. Cozy and comforting and perfect with a glass of Cavit Cabernet Sauvignon.
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.
Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday, it’s smack dab in the middle of the week. With a little planning and preparation, you can spend under an hour on Valentine’s Day preparing a stunning meal and pair it elegantly with wines.
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.
Let’s broaden our wine pairing horizons. We thought of a few of our favorite foods that we don’t usually enjoy with a glass of wine and paired them up with the perfect match.
If you love to cook, travel and drink wine, we have the perfect contest for you to enter! Located in Northern Italy, Cavit wines wants you to experience it’s picturesque landscape of mountains, lakes, orchards, vineyards and medieval castles. Submit your tried and true Italian-inspired recipe for a chance to win a trip for two to Italy with Cavit.
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.
Take your next party appetizer or casual happy hour at home to Italy. Serve an Italian Cabernet Sauvignon with prosciutto bruschetta topped with triple cream brie and fig jam.
Just because you’re trying to refresh your meals or get more whole foods into your diet doesn’t mean you have to give up wine. Here are our favorite fresh food and wine pairings for the new year.
It’s a busy time of the year. Takeout is often the answer. Just because you order takeout doesn’t mean you have to skip the wine. (Nothing is ever too casual for wine.) Check out our tips to matching your favorite delivery or to-go foods with wine.
Ready to host your first dinner party with friends or a small holiday get-together? You don’t have to break the bank to have a meal with good company. Check out these tips for hosting a dinner party, complete with wine, on a budget.
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.
Herb roasted Cornish hens with root vegetables might just be the perfect one pan, Thanksgiving dinner for two or a small group. Individual Cornish hens are crusted with fresh herbs, roasted on a bed of root vegetables and apple and served with a bottle of Pinot Noir.
If you’re having a small Thanksgiving crowd, skip the huge turkey and make these chestnut and mushroom stuffed turkey breasts paired with a cool Pinot Grigio.
Check out these simple tips to creating a beautiful table setting perfect for all of your gatherings this season. These DIY ideas all use recycled wine bottles and inexpensive or foraged items.
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!