Recipe News: Whip up a three-course feast to pair with the perfect rosé
Drinking your way through a three-course meal often requires multiple types of wine and as many glasses -- not exactly feasible for a picnic.
It's why rosé is a natural choice for an outdoor, transportable meal. The wine's crispness and acidity pair well with lighter salads, but it's made from red grapes, so it can stand up to heartier dishes like poultry, fish and pork.
The domestic rosés featured in The Chronicle's Wine Selections today exhibit a vast range of characteristics. Chances are, you'll find a pink to match whatever turns up in the picnic basket.
Includes recipes for:
- Farro Nicoise Salad
- Barbecued Chicken Salad Sandwiches
- Berry & Melon Salad with Honey Tarragon Dressing
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Posted by Jennifer at May 27, 2007 8:02 AM