Sage Advice Recipies for April 2018
Pinot Blanc Dessert
Luscious and intense with delicate natural peach and apricot flavours, it’s a taste of the Okanagan and a true winner. Serve it chilled with your favourite dessert, on its own or try these recipes:
Cut any fruit in bite size pieces, marinate in wine and serve them with cottage cheese or frozen yoghurt
Crush ice in blender, add a can of peaches including the juice
- 250 ml of Pinot Blanc Dessert
- Splash of white rum
- Splash of Peach Schnapps (optional)
- Splash of ginger ale
A unique aperitif wine, combining sweet, hot, and spicy in its blend of late-harvest Gewurztraminer, peaches, apricots, and peppers! A true seafood and meat companion, or try it with chocolate dipped strawberries. A conversation piece and a true challenge for any wine lover. Serve it ice cold or try these recipes:
- 3 parts clamato (or tomato juice)
- 1 part Hot Flame on ice
- Add celery salt
- Can be added to BBQ meats at the end of cooking
- Drizzle over open shell oysters
Bursting with rich natural raspberry flavour, a splendid way to enjoy one of BC’s finest fruits. Serve it chilled with your favourite dessert or on its own!
Pour over chocolate dessert or ice cream
Mix with any sparkling beverage
Mix with The Flame 60/40
A distinctive blend of white wine, raspberry and cranberry, and a hint of spice. A beautiful blush wine suitable for all occasions.
A very distinct light port-style wine with intense natural blackberry and black currant aroma. Ideal as a dessert companion, or as a dessert in itself!
Serve at room temperature with a Cuban Cigar as a port style wine
Pour over cheesecake, vanilla ice cream or your favourite dessert
Vodka or Gin
Splash of Pearle
Add frozen berries instead of ice cubes
Deeply rich in natural blueberry flavour, this unique dessert wine has a gorgeous purple-red colour and a distinct perfume. A majestic wine, lovely on its own, and a great cheesecake companion. Serve it ice cold or try these recipes:
Slice bananas and marinate in the Blueberry; serve the on pancakes, crepes or waffles.
Mix with dark rum (Captain Morgan) 60/40 on ice with a generous portion of whip cream
Hot Black Tea
Blueberry Dessert Wine