Braising and Pairing with Red Wine

September 30, 2014
As summer fades into fall, our attention turns to our rich, red wines and we begin to crave the hearty, flavor-packed, braised dishes that complement them so perfectly. We took some time to scour our favorite food blogs and found these gorgeous braised dishes. Try not to drool. We dare you.

 

Cabernet Braised Short Ribs
By Chocolate and Marrow

This flavor-packed recipe is the perfect way to welcome fall. Using a high quality wine in this recipe will make all the difference in the final dish. Enjoy a glass of our 2012 Cabernet while you are cooking and put a little in the recipe as indicated. Then 10 minutes before you serve this dish put our 2011 ISOSCELES in a decanter to prepare it for this exceptional pairing.

Visit Chocolate and Marrow for the recipe.

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Simple Osso Bucco
by Taste of Divine

This approachable dish requires a bit of prep work, but once it is in the oven, you can kick back and sip on some JUSTIN wine as the flavors meld together. Make sure to pair our 2012 RIGHT ANGLE with this dish to really make a splash.

Visit Taste of Divine for the recipe.

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Slow Cooked Beef Cheeks in Red Wine
by Recipetin Eats

This simple dish is well-suited for either an elegant dinner party or hearty midweek meal. Beef Cheeks are an affordable cut of meat that are ideal for slow cooking. Elevate this meal by pairing it with out 2012 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon which complement the rich flavors perfectly.

Visit Recipetin Eats for the recipe.

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