WINE SOCIAL CLUB
We like to save paper - and figured having a place to go to for all things wine club would be easier and a quick reference. Enjoy!
If you're a current wine club member and you have questions, need to update your credit card, or anything else wine club related, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2020 Important Dates:
April 29 - Last day to request changes for wine club
May 1 - Members Charged
May 2 & 3 from 1 to 6pm - local members may come collect their wine club pick-ups (please email if you can pick-up: there will be fun incentives! Check your emails!)
May 4 - Shipped Wine Club boxes go out
May 4 to 8 - Regional deliveries begin (we'll be in touch about dates and times for windowed delivery)
ROSE´ PAIRING: Spring Pea Ravioli the flavors of this dish compliments the dry Rosé perfectly and it's a delightful spring pairing. Ravioli not up your ally (or too complicated) try this recipe for just the sauce with your favorite noodles. For other pairings - pair with more pasta dishes, salads, grilled fish or white meats, or simply enjoy sipping patio-side.
PROFESSOR PAIRING: Cheesecake. Really. Cabernet and cheesecake go together in an unexpected way, especially with our shape-shifting Professor. You probably have a favorite cheesecake recipe, but if you're looking for a classic, easy version, click the link. If dessert isn't your thing - pair Professor with pretty much anything (fish, gamey meats, vegetarian meals).
BEHEMOTH PAIRING: Pastitsio. This would normally be a recipe we'd share for the fall release, but everyone could use some comfort food right now, and as far as comfort food goes, Pastitsio is tip-top. The creamy, tomatoey, beef pasta dish pairs great with our big, bold Behemoth. You can also pair Behemoth with grilled red meats, strong cheeses, and roasted meats.
SAUV BLANC PAIRING: Green Goddess Dressing with...anything. How? Green Goddess is a great dressing/dip to have on had, especially when you make it fresh. Sauv blanc loves these bright, green flavors, so this time of year when you might not have access to your own fresh herbs, use parsley, cilantro and basil. Use as a dip, a dressing, on top of baked fish, add more olive oil to create a pasta sauce.
PROFESSOR PAIRING: Beef & Barley Soup. This is a great, affordable, filling soup recipe to have in your arsenal for these cool months. The Professor is a very easy drinking, beautiful Cabernet that will go with a wide range of foods, and the bright fruits will counter-balance the umami of the mushroom/tomato base of this soup.
INKY PAIRING: Rosemary Roasted Leg of Lamb. One of the easiest roast to make, with a huge payoff, people tend to over-look lamb, but we encourage you to try this recipe. Especially with a bottle of Inky on hand. The deep fruit flavors pair beautifully with lamb and the aromatics of the rosemary match the floral elements of Inky, perfectly.