Wednesday, October 14, 2015

The Ultimate Harvest Party with Your PRWC Shipment

Enjoying Wines from The Paso Robles Wine Club

In Paso Robles Wine Country, we look forward to Harvest all year long—and so do the many people who travel to our area just so they can go wine tasting at over 200 wineries along California’s Central Coast. One of the benefits of our temperate—and envious climate—is that there is a bounty of local foods that pair perfectly with wines from Paso Robles, so come Harvest, when we open a bottle of our favorite local wine, it seems to pair especially well with our local foods.

While pairing wine with food is a practiced skill, in general, it’s all about bringing out the nuanced flavors of a dish by pairing it with a complimentary wine. In honor of our recent Paso Robles Wine Club fall shipment, we’d like to share a few recipes for our favorite dishes that will pair well with the wines in the shipment. So grab your aprons—and your wine openers—and get set to enjoy a wine and food experience in the comfort of your own home.

Classic Spanish Paella

The Diablo Paso Winery Grancha—or, Grenache, originates from the vineyards in northern Spain and made its way to California in the 1860s. This is a rich, elegant wine with violet and orange coloring and cherry tones. What better dish to pair with this wine than the classic Spanish Paella?  This recipe from Martha Stewart is easy to prepare and incredibly delicious.



Perfectly Roasted Duck Breast

Next up, a favorite—Robert Hall Winery Grenache. This wine is rife with plum, strawberries and smoke and begs to slurped up with a succulent roasted duck. Try this recipe developed by Lisa Pretty.




Join the Paso Robles Wine Club and we’ll deliver the best wines of California’s Central Coast and Paso Robles Wine County direct to your door. You’ll enjoy a selection of premium wines delivered right to your door, which means you’ll never have to search far and wide to find the perfect bottle of wine to pair with your favorite seasonal meals.

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