Oyster Po’ Boy with Remoulade Sauce ft. Bodega Bay Oyster Company

Kick off summer with an outdoor picnic featuring oysters paired with our 2019 Rosato di Nebbiolo. We partnered with Bodega Bay Oyster Company to create these delicious recipes. Watch our virtual cooking class here if you would like to cook along!   Ingredients 16-20 Each Large Bodega Bay Oyster Company Miyagi Oysters 2 Cups Buttermilk…

Raw Oysters – Two Ways! ft. Bodega Bay Oyster Company

Kick off summer with an outdoor picnic featuring oysters paired with our 2018 Sauvignon Blanc. We partnered with Bodega Bay Oyster Company to create these delicious recipes. Watch our virtual cooking class here if you would like to cook along!   1. With Traditional Mignonette Sauce  1 Dozen Bodega Bay Oyster Company Kumamoto Oysters ½…

Harvest Jambalaya

Our Club Manager Christina calls this “Harvest Jambalaya” because her winemaker husband often works late during harvest and this is one of his favorite dinners to come home to.  Full of fresh late summer and autumn vegetables with a bit of flavorful heat to warm you up from the inside, this hearty dish pairs wonderfully…

Heirloom Tomato & Burrata Salad

Deliciously summery, this Heirloom Tomato & Burrata Salad will use the best and brightest from your summer garden and is an absolute vision when plated! Ingredients 12 oz burrata 4 tsp salt 2 Tbsp, plus 1 tsp Round Pond Estate Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2 cups large diced Italian bread 1 tsp pepper 4…

Wine Country Cioppino

Being on the bay, there is a plethora of fresh seafood offered at the majority of restaurants in San Francisco. With that in mind, Chef Jamie has created this wonderful Wine Country Cioppino featuring clams, shrimp, mussels and crab that pairs excellently with our Rosato di Nebbiolo or Proprietary Super Tuscan wines. Ingredients: 3 Tbsp Round Pond Estate…

EASY TIPS FOR PAIRING WINE 

Successfully pairing wine with food isn’t just in the wheelhouse of a sommelier.  Just remember these three basic wine pairing tips and your next meal will be incredible.  Cheers! 1) Know Your Wine The first thing you need to do when you’re choosing a dish to pair with your wine is to get to know your…