Category Archives: Wine Pairing
Wine and cheese: the perfect pair. Enjoying with friends makes it that much better. If you’ve considered hosting a wine and cheese party but aren’t sure where to start, read on for our simple tips: 1. Make your guest list. … Continue reading
During this chilly winter days one of my favorite meals is a warm beef stew and a glass of Cabernet Franc. Here’s a great recipe. Enjoy, and happy holidays!
This time of year we like to enjoy the harvest bounty by preparing soul-warming home cooked meals. We asked Chef Scott of Cory’s Kitchen at Sweet Berry Farm to share with us a recipe he likes to prepare in the fall. With its roasted apples, onions, pretzels, and pork, this recipe is a tribute to the harvest season.
Fall in New England is the best time of the year, and what better way to enjoy it than by treating yourself to a delicious meal paired well with a locally made wine? We asked three of our staff members to tell us which wine they’re enjoying the most this fall. What are you sipping? Tell us on Facebook or by leaving a comment below.
Summer is in full swing. We asked four of our staff members to tell us which wine they’re enjoying the most this summer. Got a summer favorite? Tell us what it is on Facebook or by leaving a comment below.
Chardonnary SelectKristin, Tasting Room
Why: Its complexity, depth, and floral notes are always a welcomed treat. I also quite like the vanilla and
Honey and wine are a natural pairing—in fact, the ancients used to make wine from honey, known as Mead. Jeff Mello of Aquidneck Honey stopped by recently to share some of his cut comb honey with us. While Jeff’s hives are selectively placed throughout Aquidneck Island, some are located within a quarter-mile of our vineyard, so we consider him a neighbor!
We sampled the cut comb honey on locally made artisan bread along with Asiago