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Ceci Bean Soup with Pancetta and Rosemary

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Submitted by Korbel Champagne Cellars
Chef Robin A. Lehnhoff-McCray



recipe_Korbel_CeciBeanSoup.jpgEnjoy this delicious Ceci Bean Soup with Pancetta and Rosemary with our lovely Korbel Rouge Champagne.

Planning a visit to Sonoma County? Spend the day at Korbel Champagne Cellars . . . taste our delightful champagnes, tour our historic winery and gardens, and eat a delicious lunch at our gourmet Delicatessen. You are welcome to enjoy our complimentary tastings and winery tours.
recipe_StFrancis_Shiitake-Mushroom.jpgSubmitted by St. Francis Winery

Chef: Executive Chef, David Bush
Wine Pairing: St. Francis Sonoma County Merlot

Executive Chef Dave Bush says: "I like to serve this item as either a first course or a side dish, alongside a nice grilled steak or roast. The subtle earthiness of our St. Francis Sonoma County Merlot is enhanced by the sweet cippolini onion and mushroom ragout.  With the addition of the balsamic syrup, lush undertones of dark fruit are brought to the forefront."


KORBEL Irish Kiss

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recipe_IrishKiss_Korbel.jpgSubmitted by Korbel Champagne Cellars

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a KORBEL Irish Kiss!  Try it with Korbel Organic Brut and "go green" in March.

Planning a visit to Sonoma County?  Spend the day at Korbel Champagne Cellars...taste our delightful champagnes, tour our historic winery and gardens, and eat a delicious lunch at our gourmet Delicatessen. You are welcome to enjoy our complimentary tastings and winery tours.

RECIPE: Irish Kiss

  • 4 oz. Korbel California Champagne
  • 1 oz. Midori melon Liqueur

Serve with a green-sugar-rimmed champagne flute.

To make sugar rim, simply add two drops of green food coloring to ½ cup of sugar and mix well. Rub glass rim with lime and dip in your green sugar mixture.
recipe_CuredSalmon_StFrancisWinery.jpgSubmitted by St. Francis Winery

Chef: Executive Chef, David Bush
Wine Pairing: St. Francis Sonoma County Chardonnay

Executive Chef Dave Bush says: "With its fresh spring flavors, this dish is fantastic as a light lunch, or serve it as an appetizer in place of salad. The delicate oak notes in the St. Francis Sonoma County Chardonnay beautifully compliment the cured salmon, peas and potatoes, while the creamy lemon beurre monté reveals the delicate citrus nuances in the wine and adds a buttery contrast to the bright acidity on the wine's finish."

INGREDIENTS:

  • 4 ounces gravlax, sliced thinly
  • 2 medium Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled
  • 2 cups fresh English peas, shucked
  • 1 lemon, zested and juiced
  • 8 ounces plus 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, cut into small pieces
  • Salt and white pepper to taste

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