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A HOLIDAY FEAST

We’ve created our ideal holiday celebration feast, from start to finish, complete with wine pairings from Cameron Hughes. Start with our hors d’oeuvre and choose between the soup and the salad and then the fish or the turkey. For full feasting effect, make the whole lot and serve everything family style.

Smoked Trout on Rye

Smoked Trout on Rye

Mackerel works nicely with this as well, and if you’re veggie only, sub out the trout for a slice of cucumber, which pairs well with the horseradish crème fraîche.

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Roast Pumpkin Soup

Roast Pumpkin Soup

Super seasonal, this soup is as delicious as it is adorable. Croutons are baked into the bottom, making it a tasty, hearty starter.

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Pair Smoked Trout with: Lot 367, 2010 Chablis

Available in both the Mixed and White Samplers

“The strong, fatty flavor of the trout will want a steely, mineral-ly wine to cut through the rich taste and texture and brighten up the palate. Chablis fits the bill, perfectly delivering the unique creamy taste of this hors d’oeuvre.”
-Cameron Hughes


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Pair Roast Pumpkin Soup with: Lot 359, 2011 Columbia Valley Riesling/Chenin

Available in the Mixed Sampler

“The balance of acidity and sugar in the wine make it very versatile with food. The vibrant aromatics and fresh finish of the Riesling/Chenin Blanc will make it pair perfectly with this fall soup, enticing and aromatic in its own right.”
-Cameron Hughes


Grilled Radicchio Wedge

Grilled Radicchio Wedge

A play on one of our favorite salads, the classic wedge, in season radicchio is balanced by a sweet balsamic reduction.

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Salt-Baked Sea Bass

Salt-Baked Sea Bass

Salt-baking the sea bass makes for an impressive presentation and also keeps the fish super moist. Serve with our crispy lemon potatoes, and some good olive oil, lemon and parsley to garnish.

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Pair Grilled Radicchio Wedge with: Lot 275, 2010 Mendoza Malbec Reserva

Available in both the Mixed and Red Samplers

“The Malbec is the Goldilocks, ‘just right’, for this dish with a medium body, dark fruit flavors and a hint of oak to play off the varied flavors in the salad. The wine lifts the creaminess of the cheese and marries perfectly with the tang and sweetness of the balsamic. Yum!”
-Cameron Hughes


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Pair Salt-Baked Sea Bass with: Lot 340, 2010 Santa Maria Chadonnay

Available in the White Sampler

“What is a traditional accompaniment to fish? Lemon. That is one reason why this Chardonnay, with its lemony and citrusy tones, works beautifully with this dish. The crispy lemon potatoes just tie it all together. But in this case, it’s ‘not too much of a good thing’, rather it has just the right proportions to make it a seamless pairing.”
-Cameron Hughes


Crispy Lemon Potatoes

Crispy Lemon Potatoes

A little bit like oven frying without the excessive oil, these crispy, lemony wedges pair perfectly with our salt-crusted fish.

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Turkey Osso Bucco

Turkey Osso Bucco

Braising turkey in this osso buco style gives it that red meat, falling-off-the-bone tenderness. This is a great way to change up your usual holiday turkey offering.

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Pair Turkey Osso Buco with: Lot 345, 2010 Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon

Available in the Mixed and Red Samplers

“A dish like Osso Bucco is rich, flavorful and hearty, and needs wine to keep up. The perfect match for this dish will be a big, bold, balanced wine with dark cassis and dark fruit flavors with elegant tannins. Enter Cabernet Sauvignon. One could also make an argument for Pinot Noir because turkey (even dark meat) isn’t super high in fat and neither is the sauce in this preparation and the acid in Pinot Noir is high enough to hold up to the turkey. It’s up to you – try it all, that is the only way to know!”
-Cameron Hughes


Parmesan Polenta

Parmesan Polenta

This creamy polenta pairs perfectly with our Turkey Osso Buco as it soaks up all the dishes delicious juices.

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