Posts Tagged "Sweet Wine"

Pinot Palazzo, I’m Breathless Waiting for a Winner, A Full Half a Glass and More in This Edition of Woody’s Whine!

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County “It’s the first time I’ve ever done two of these kind of events in the same year so we sort of had a pinot palazzo part two and I then really wanted to showcase…

Patty Melt Burgers with Charred Scallion and Chipotle Mayo

Time to Sparkle at $12, Making Bubbles in Geyserville, A Night for Reds and a Big Half a Glass and More in This Edition of Woody’s Whine!

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County Loyal readers will recall my story in last months “Whine” regards Rack & Riddle, the California custom sparkling wine house and their purchase of the state’s biggest private label Charmat producer (the same process…

Shake Shack Chicken Sliders

Creates approx. 18 2oz. sandwiches

How High Can Napa Go? What’s Rhone Got to do With That?, Bubbles for All, A Full Half a Glass and More in This Edition of Woody’s Whine!

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County Rising Prices for Napa Visitors and Wine Buyers The Silicon Valley Bank wine division “Wine Report” is an annual survey of American wineries conducted by arguably the U.S. wine industry’s most trusted data analyst….

Chicken and Turkey Burgers Brined with English Cheddar and Lemon Aioli

Suggested Pairing  Light, crisp pilsner.

Orzo with Cherry Tomatoes and Pesto

Zinfandel Shines, Good Dog, Good Dog, Fries with That? Catsup, Catchup and Ketchup, Half a Glass and More in This Edition of Woody’s Whine!

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County Zinfandel in the Sun Shine “Zin is the success story of Sonoma and it’s a tradition, it’s the original California grape brought to Napa and then here to Sonoma some 140 years ago by…

Smash Burger Secret Sauce

Production note – use a reusable squeeze container for the sauce as it goes much faster

Smashed Burger with Sweet and Red Onion, Bacon, American & Cheddar Cheese

You will need:  Griddle or large non-stick skillet A large, heavy spatula or meat press as burgers will stick to a slotted spatula