Invite some guests over and enjoy a wine pairing evening in the comfort of your own home!
Mussels in a light Lemon Garlic Creamy White Wine Sauce – not only do you cook it with some white wine but you can enjoy cooking it with a glass of wine too. Pair this starter with a glass of Vinay Sauvignon Blanc -> Click here for the recipe
Mexican Beef Mince Burrito Bowls can be served as a starter or a main meal if you like. For a starter, portion out the mince into smaller bowls with the toppings and a mini tortilla. Keep in mind that this Mexican spiced dish will be paired with a Black Tie Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot. Click here for the recipe.
Simple and succulent Lemon & Herb chicken sosatie platter served with a Mint & Feta Cous Cous and fresh Tzatziki. The fresh flavours of citrus, mint and yoghurt blend well with a Namaqua Rose or White Blend. Click here for this succulent recipe.
A highly recommended dish for a smaller crowd is this Glazed Kassler Steaks with a Bubble & Squeak Hash, The tang of the dijon mustard cream sauce brings out the delicious, easy-drinking flavours of the Van Loveren Red. Click here for this delicious recipe.
Homemade Chocolate Truffles are simple, delicious and a small sweet treat. You could even pair your different flavoured truffles with a different wine. Have some fun with these – Click here for the recipe
Chilli Chocolate Truffles (add some chilli flakes to the mix) – Pair with a Shiraz
Coconut Coated Chocolate Truffles (toss them in coconut) – Pair with a sweet dessert wine
Dark Cocoa Chocolate Truffles – Pair with a Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot
Orange Chocolate Truffles (Use orange chocolate/Orange zest) – Pair with a Bordeaux Red Blend
White Chocolate Coated Truffles – Pair with a delicious Pinot Noir, Rose or Chardonnay
Nutty Chocolate Truffles – Pair with a Shiraz and Pinotage blend
Sea Salt Chocolate Truffles (a must-try) – pair with a Pinot Noir