When we lived in New England many years ago, it was an annual fall tradition to head to a local apple orchard to buy fresh apples. Nothing tasted better! However, I had never tasted apple cider doughnuts until a visit to New Hampshire a few years ago. Mark, our brother in law, took us to an apple orchard and bought a dozen of these tangy, sweet, sugary treats. Although I generally stay away from donuts, I have to admit, these had me hooked!
We thoroughly enjoyed this wine! Pouring it into the glass the legs lingered along the sides and the delectable aromas included dark berry, earth, purple plum and cherry. On the palate, there were intense notes of cherries and vanilla spice. The finish was semi-dry and smooth with mild tannins and acidity.
Food and Wine Pairing from Oregon's Willamette Valley. "This flavorful fish is fun to catch and is a nutritional powerhouse. We hope you enjoy this easy and tasty recipe as much as we do,"--Coelho family of Coelho Winery in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
I'm always looking for recipes that look like they take hours to prepare but in fact take as little as 30 minutes. This pork tenderloin stuffed with figs and pistachios is one of them. And what's even better, this recipe comes from a California winery I recently reviewed.