March 3, 2013 – Erie Shore Vineyard Vidal 2012 and Cabernet Franc Reserve 2007 with Spicy Honey-Glazed Chicken Breast.

. March 3, 2013

Two wines, one dish!

 

When planning a dinner party for either family or friends, we are always faced with food pairing options for our guests who prefer red or white wine.

This pair of wines from Erie Shore Vineyard’s Vidal 2011 and Cabernet Franc Reserve 2007 VQA helped to simplify the menu.

White meat with a hint of heat was just the ticket to pull this meal off with ease.

Canadian Living Recipe

2007 Cabernet Reserve

750 mL

$18.95 each, $227.40 per case

The great 2007 vintage, but a reserve aged in French Oak for 18 months. Aged in Stainless Steel & French Oak (18 months).

Serve at 15 – 18 Degrees C (60-65 F)

The 2007 VQA Cabernet Reserve is a lovely dry red wine, rich and velvety, with dark fruit, currant, berry and good tannic structure, carefully aged in French Oak Barrels. This will age very well.

It will match great with grilled or roast red meats, game birds, chicken, turkey, vegetables, pizza and tomato based pasta’s, cheeses including hard and blue cheese. Like the 05 Reserve, this one is selling quickly at this great price…

2012 Vidal

750 mL

$12.95 each, $155.40 per case

Our well-known and medaled Vidal is a lovely off-dry white wine with delightful floral-citrus bouquet, mild citrus on the palate, with apple, pear, kiwi, pleasant finish.

Matched with appetizers, seafood, shell fish, white meats, pates, fruits, soft cheeses, Thai, Curry and Chinese.

 

 Erie Shore Vineyard

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