Winter in Spring Mountain usually means high rainfall at levels that may reach 25-95 inches (about 240cm). For perspective, January 2017 was a mild winter which caused bud break earlier than expected. In 2018, cold temperatures were sustained, and the bud break came as normal, in March. For 2019, more cold weather is expected to promise a normal bud break and bountiful harvest.
Winter is synonymous with comfort and what could be more comforting than pairing a lovely glass of wine with your next meal? Here are our favorite wine and food pairings.
Augment any meat dish with a splash or two of Cabernet Sauvignon. Dishes such as braised short ribs, meatballs, duck and even a salad! A spicy green based salad, such as arugula, match well with a bold Cabernet Sauvignon.
Pair Chardonnays with fatty fish such as salmon or rich creamy sauces.
Rosés represent neutral drinking territory when paired with cheese. They have the acidity of whites and fruit flavors of red.
With reds, we recommend going with the predominant varietal in the mix. For instance, if your red blend is 49% Cabernet Sauvignon then pour yourself a glass with your next burger. If your blend is mostly Pinot Noir, then you might enjoy it most with a fig and truffle pizza. Mostly Malbec? Warm up your barbecue sauce, fire up your grill and enjoy it with your next barbecue.
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