Adventures in Food and Wine Pairing
Wine always goes better with food, and local wine often goes best with the local cuisine. The articles listed below report our adventures in pairing food and wine from diverse parts of the world.
Zinfandel is a versatile and expressive varietal.
Beaujolais is a terrific food wine.
This Holiday season treat yourself to American Sparkling wines.
Sommelier Nadine Brown presides at this special tasting.
Traditional and modern culinary adventures par excellence
Pairing Los Carneros's finest with Bouchon's fine cuisine.
Chef Gunnar Gíslason leads Iceland's food revolution.
Virginia wines are excellent food wines.
Pairing Bellavista with Domenico Cornaccia’s fine Italian Cuisine.
Pairing Rioja with tapas on Calle Laurel in Logroño and at Boquería in Washington DC.
Pairing rich Amarone with Brasato all'Amarone & other dishes.
The world's finest rosé sparkling wines are paired with extraordinary food.
Bulgariana wines paired with Chef Archambault's superb cuisine.
Grenache is an exciting food wine. Enjoy these superb pairings.
A 1977-2009 vertical paired with Jose Andrés' celestial food.
Great ideas for pairing Sicilian Wine and Food
Discovering the fine dining spots of Santa Barbara.
Pairing great Soave with dishes like Risotto al Nero di Seppia.
A traditional Parisian bistro in the Groupe Alain Ducasse
Great food and wine in Paso Robles' finest restaurants.
Lunch at Ristorante Tosca with Matteo Lunelli
Pairing Brunello di Montalcino with cinghiale (wild boar) in Tuscany.
Pairing Sartori's wines with Italian dishes at Elisir
We try the Conte's new releases over dinner on the Grand Canal.
Reuben is Cape Town's hottest chef and Pieter Ferreira its leading sparkling winemaker.
A Basque legend prepares lunch.
Pairing winemaker Ian Brand's wines with superb local cuisine.
Chef Joan Roca's 3 star Michelin cuisine matched to Montsant and Terra Alta wines.
Amarone from 1967 to 2003 paired with Cafe Milano's authentic cuisine.
A magnificent lunch at Tomo I with the superb wines of Luigi Bosca.
Austrian wines pair magnificently with food.
Caldo verde, bacalhau, leitão and much more.