Posts Tagged ‘Cuvee Moriah’
At 1 Misson St in San Francisco stands Boulevard Restaurant. Consistently rated as one of the top restaurants in the city as well as across the country, we are honored to now don their wine list. You may find the 2010 Cuvee Moriah Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre blend amongst their award winning wine list curated […]
Risotto is a great vehicle for leftovers. Once you get a solid base recipe down pat, it really becomes quite easy. In addition to Syrah, Grenache, and Pinot Noir, we always have arborio rice, parmesan, chicken stock and butter on hand. All that is left to do is find something to stir in at […]
We enjoy the refined and elegant appearance of our wax-topped Donelan Syrah, Pinot Noir, or Grenache, but we don’t want you to be intimidated to open them. Wine Director Gianpaolo Paterlini of Acquerello Restaurant in SF makes a guest appearance to show how easy it is!
Risotto is like winemaking. I love preparing dishes that provide flexibility and freedom within a standard framework. Cooking is not unlike winemaking, where principles are applied similarly to each variety and vintage. But within each vintage or variety, there is plenty of room for creativity and nuances based on the producer’s choices. Risotto is such […]
We hope you are enjoying a wonderful Fall with your family & friends. With Thanksgiving upon us we thought this rustic, flavorful pate would make a delicious appetizer for holiday entertaining paired with one of our incredible wines. Did you know Syrah and Grenache are perfect for Thanksgiving? The layers of complex flavor and […]
I recently saw a Tweet from wine critic Jeb Dunnuck of the Rhone Report that read: Don’t believe anyone who says new world wines don’t pair well with food. We could not agree more. For starters, our wines (yes, produced in the “New World”) not only pair well with food, but have also been […]
Our Grenache is nearly ready to harvest! A production of Donelan Wines and Smiling Tiger Video