Posted by @onthesauceagain I was going through all the recipes I've bookmarked here on IG, and came across a photo from @garnish_girl. Katie had made a Rosemary Chartreuse Spritz from a book called Bubbly (by @colljeffers).🍾 I love using green chartreuse and I'm always looking for new Prosecco cocktails (I think I'll need to get the book as well), so this recipe was perfect! So simple, but very enjoyable. 🥂
Soft smiling because beautiful Spring weather and no patios to drink on. 😕 In all seriousness, it’s awesome to see how many people are taking advantage of the sunshine when it peaks through. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!
It's hump day and it's happy hour! 🍸You can make your very own Bellini to enjoy at home. Did you know the Bellini originated in Venice, Italy? Here is a Bellini our bartenders made at a recent event. 📸: @kymsparty. Here is our recipe:
As the restrictions may heighten in the coming weeks in response to COVID-19, Please visit our cellar door for wine sales from 12-5pm daily before any closures 🍷🍷 and don’t forget to take home some fresh veggies from our Patch!
Local Delivery is also an option. We will continue to update our socials if any change to trade continues, best wishes from the Sam Miranda team during this difficult time! Stay safe.
And we have our line-up for our Fraser Valley Reds In-Home Tour!!! This tour will feature 6 different red wines from 6 different wineries. We are not announcing the wines just yet, but here are the wineries you will "visit" on this tour:
The worlds greatest rose 🌹
Dionysus himself made this wine. This defines Grand Cru!
Happy April fools!
This was disgusting, horrible bubbles. Taste like crap and smells like one. Ewwhhh 🤢
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Sending out some SIP (Shelter In Place) 🏡 supplies 🍷to some amazing people!
Thank you all for your support of our little family business during these uncertain times ❤️ It truly means the 🌎 to us!
We are still running our 1-Cent Shipping Special and Complimentary Local Deliveries 🚚 DM us with any questions. 💻 Website link in bio 🥂
Trying to lighten the mood and looking for ways to stay entertained! Plus I love looking at photos from past holidays, always relieves the stress and brings a smile to my face, especially when wine is involved!! So I’m sharing #randomactsofwineness
This photo was taken on holiday in 2015. Can you guess where this was taken? And the drink pictured? I will share the answer & tag the location the next day. Cheers!! Post your random wine pics and tag me! .
🍑 BAKED PEACH PROSECCO RICOTTA DIP 🍑
In the world of jams & jellies, are there any in a league of their own? I am here to tell you, the answer is YES.
Please allow me to say once more for those who’ve not read my previous posts— with weighty, critical matters at hand, know that my enthusiasm in sharing this is tempered by the gravity of that reality. In no way do I intend to contribute to any social myopia; I intend to spotlight another wonderful small business to support. ❤️.
Currently I have six flavors of the @jammitjam products, and each one is so exceptional that I’ll likely be creating recipes using each! Last night, I ate a spoonful of their Blueberry Balsamic straight out of the jar with a spoon (even on Keto!). 🤫 Jammit Jams are made with whole, fresh, seasonal fruits with natural ingredients and *zero* unnecessary sugar. Something else that sets them apart? On the back of each jar you’ll find specific ideas for cheese pairings, dessert toppings, entree uses (think: glazes, sauces, vinaigrettes) for each individual flavor. .
As a frame of reference, I think these jams/jellies are so remarkable that I emailed the owner to tell her such. THAT good!. .
• 3-4 tbsp of “Peach Thyme Prosecco” Jammit Jams
• 1 cup (whole) Ricotta Cheese
• 1 tbsp olive oil (optional, depending on how thick you want your dip) • 1 tsp lemon juice
• 1 tbsp fresh thyme (off of the stem)
• 1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
• 1/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan .
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
In a mixing bowl, combine the Ricotta, jam, olive oil, lemon juice, and 1/2 tbsp of the thyme leaves. Combine well with a spatula by folding ingredients together.
In a small oven-safe dish (I prefer the mini cast iron skillets that are about 7 inches in diameter) spread out the mixture evenly, top evenly with the Mozzarella & Parm, then a give it a nice pinch of kosher salt and pepper. Bake for 15 minutes then finish under the broiler for 5 min, or until top is golden brown.
Serve with warm monkey bread, Challah — or add a heaping scoop on top of a chicken breast in the last 10 min of baking!
You can find @jammitjam on Amazon or on jammitjam.com 🍑
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Why birthday celebrations during self-isolation shouldn't be fun?! 🎉🎊🎁🥂
It’s a mimosa kind of morning paired with bacon burritos from @cofaxcoffee 😋 I like my mimosas with a subtle hint of orange 🥂 Also running out of places to photograph wine in my apartment...🤔 Cheers wine lovers! Keep those spirits high! #BackThatGlassUp
25 26030 March, 2020
❗️❗️POZOR SOUTĚŽ ❗️❗️
Vinařství Bepin de Eto je jedním z nejoblíbenějších. Jeho prosecca jsou lehká a svěží. Zakládající si na jedinečném designu a v našem sortimentu je naleznete i variantě magnum, tedy 1,5l. A tu teď můžeš vyhrát právě Ty! 🍀🍾
Stačí když se zapojíš do soutěže a splníš následující podmínky:
1. Označ kamaráda, se kterým by sis vychutnal tuto lahev.
2. Sleduj náš profil.
3. Dej like této fotce.
Výherce oznámíme za týden (26.3.) a dovezeme mu tuto lahev až ke dveřím! 🚙🎁 #proseccosolo#pijemesolo#prosekarna#prosecco#proseccotime
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Happy Monday! Today, I’m starting a new series that will feature a different varietal or type of wine each week. Each day will be dedicated to something different like facts, food pairings, bottle recommendations, etc. This week is going to be all about sparkling wine! 🥂
First thing first, not all sparkling wine is Champagne. In order for the wine to be called Champagne, it must be from Champagne, France. So, what are other countries/regions supposed to call their sparkling wine?! Let’s break down some of the biggies.
Cava - This is from Spain 🇪🇸 and it’s typically inexpensive and very dry. It’s made in the traditional method like Champagne (more on that later). Cava is mainly produced in the Penedès region of Catalonia.
Prosecco - This is from Italy 🇮🇹 and it’s typically inexpensive. Prosecco is not a sweet wine, but it is typically sweeter than a lot of other sparkling wines like Cava, Champagne and Brut. Prosecco is made using the tank fermentation method (more on that later)🥂
Champagne - This is from Champagne, France 🇫🇷 and typically has a higher price point. There are very strict laws when it comes to Champagne production and only specific grape varietals may be used. The three main grape varietals used to make Champagne are Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.
Brut - Often times, you’ll see wineries in the USA use this to label their sparkling wines. It isn’t unique to the USA and other countries can use this terminology. Basically, Brut means it’s a dry sparkling wine. Extra Brut means that it’s even more dry than your standard Brut. Many wineries in the USA use the traditional method to produce their sparkling wines. Common grape varietals used are Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
There are several other types of sparkling wines out there, but these are some of the most common. You’ll see many of these at your local grocery store or wine shop 🥂
Do y’all have a favorite type of sparkling wine? If so, what are some of your favorites? Cheers! 🥂
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Honestly I can’t even tell what day it is anymore 😂😂 and since we can’t go out me and hubby decided to have a romantic dinner at home, I made a chocolate cake and he’s in charge of the food 🍝 Add a glass of Prosecco and trying to not stress over everything that’s going on for a few hours 💖 One of my favorite things about staying home is moments like these together 💕
Let’s try to find one positive thing about this situation, what’s your favorite thing about staying at home?
Have a lovely evening!
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