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#winePW 5: Fall Fruits + Wine Pairing Preview

Guess what's coming up on Saturday? October's #winePW hosted by yours truly. Yep. It's already the second Saturday of the month. So a small but mighty group of oenophiles and I are pairing foods with wine. Our theme this month: Fall Fruits.


This group of wine-loving foodie bloggers - or are we food-pairing wine bloggers? - will be sharing pairings of wine with Fall fruit dishes. Sweets and savories. Reds and whites. With pumpkin, apples, and more.

On the Menu...

Savories
Pumpkin Lasagna with Halter Ranch's Côtes de Paso by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Squash and Sausage Soup with Pumpkin Cornbread and McKinley Springs 2010 Bombing Range Red by Tasting Pour
Linguine with Roasted Carnival Squash and a Garnacha by Cooking Chat
Pinot Vs. Syrah - Pork Tenderloin with Fig & Apple Sauce by Confessions of a Culinary Diva
Apple Cider Pork with Red Cabbage and Oak Aged Apple Cider by Curious Cuisiniere

Sweets
Harvest Fruits-Maple Crisp paired with a Riesling by Eliot's Eats
Caramelized Almond Apple Upside Down Cake with a Late Harvest Riesling by A Day in the Life on the Farm
Forgotten Fire Late Harvest Riesling and Warm Apple Crisp by Grape Experiences
Peach and Ginger Cobbler and Tablas Creek Petit Manseng by ENOFYLZ Wine Blog
Autumn Puff Pastry Tart and La Crema Chardonnay by It's Okay to Eat the Cupcake

Surprise!
Wines for a Sweet & Savory Fall Harvest Meal by foodwineclick
Fall Fruit and Wine Pairing by Rockin Red Blog
Autumn Pumpkin Food Flair by Vino Travels -- An Italian Wine Blog
Butternut Squash Risotto: White Wine or Rosé by Pull That Cork 

If you want to squeeze in a pairing, email me at constantmotioncamilla AT gmail.com. Cheers!

Comments

  1. Just emailed you my permalink. Can't wait to see all these pairings.

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  2. Looks like a great lineup! Glad so see some new bloggers along with the regulars!

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  3. Great lineup - can't wait to read what everyone has paired! Fantastic to see some new writers too -

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  4. Looks like a pretty creative list. Can't wait to read about all of them. Cheers!

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