BINNY's pairings for grilled beets and grilled vegetable platter

  • Grilled Beets: A rosé from Southern France, such as the 2018 Belle de Provence, is made for warm days and grilled vegetables. The wine's citrus & strawberry notes will accent the sweet and earthy tang of the beets, and its mouthwatering mineral finish will leave you wanting more.

    Grilled Beets: A rosé from Southern France, such as the 2018 Belle de Provence, is made for warm days and grilled vegetables. The wine's citrus & strawberry notes will accent the sweet and earthy tang of the beets, and its mouthwatering mineral finish will leave you wanting more.

  • • Grilled Vegetable Platter: As for the grilled vegetable platter, keep in mind the asparagus. Seek out the 2017 Liparita Sauvignon Blanc. The herbal notes of this Napa Valley sauvignon blanc complement the smoky/woodsy flavors in the asparagus. The wine's vibrant fruit notes will serve as a welcome and refreshing contrast to the rich flavors of the honey balsamic vinaigrette.

    • Grilled Vegetable Platter: As for the grilled vegetable platter, keep in mind the asparagus. Seek out the 2017 Liparita Sauvignon Blanc. The herbal notes of this Napa Valley sauvignon blanc complement the smoky/woodsy flavors in the asparagus. The wine's vibrant fruit notes will serve as a welcome and refreshing contrast to the rich flavors of the honey balsamic vinaigrette.

 
Posted5/29/2019 1:00 AM

Binny's Beverage Depot offers these wine pairings for today's Get Your Summer On recipes:

• Grilled Beets: A rosé from Southern France, such as the 2018 Belle de Provence, is made for warm days and grilled vegetables. The wine's citrus & strawberry notes will accent the sweet and earthy tang of the beets, and its mouthwatering mineral finish will leave you wanting more.

 

• Grilled Vegetable Platter: As for the grilled vegetable platter, keep in mind the asparagus. Seek out the 2017 Liparita Sauvignon Blanc. The herbal notes of this Napa Valley sauvignon blanc complement the smoky/woodsy flavors in the asparagus. The wine's vibrant fruit notes will serve as a welcome and refreshing contrast to the rich flavors of the honey balsamic vinaigrette.

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