The sparkling life encompasses the whole table, not just the glass, and we believe the right food paired with the right wine makes both better. Explore some of our culinary experts’ favorite wine-loving recipes that will make your occasion sing.
Slow roasting concentrates the flavor of plum tomatoes and caramelizes their natural sugar. If you stop the roasting while the softened tomato halves still hold their shape, they will make a juicy topping perfectly sized to fit baguette toasts. A schmear of tangy yogurt cheese under the tomato balances the sweetness.
Everyone needs a go-to side dish for summer get-togethers. This sweet and savory salad is just that. The combination of peppery arugula, salty prosciutto and sweet peaches is unexpected and memorable. Even better, this salad can be made quickly and in advance. And best of all, you can substitute apricots or ripe figs for the peaches. Enjoy it with a glass of our Chandon Chardonnay.
What could be better than a fresh dish that is colorful, flavorful and doesn’t require anything more than slicing and dicing? Needless to say, ceviche is our summer go-to food. Served in small cups on a pretty platter it’s a party food. Scooped into decorative bowls it’s the centerpiece of a dinner party.
Chocolatey with just a touch of salty, our chocolate ganache tart will add a little spice to your next romantic meal. Serve it at dinner for two or share it with more; you simply can’t go wrong with this decadent treat, especially if it’s paired with Chandon Rosé, étoile Rose or Reserve Pinot Noir.
Our Chandon Sparkle Cookies, like all of Christina Tosi’s creations are super scrumptious. And with a flute cookie cutter they will more than wow your friends and family. The sprinkles are hand-made, making this a multi-day project, but the rewards are worth every minute.
This succulent entrée gets its distinctive flavor, and it's name, from the variety of kale called for in the recipe. Cavalo nero, or Tuscan kale, originated in -- you guessed it -- Tuscany, Italy. The Tuscan kale adds a wonderfully spicy note to the mild flavor of pork.
This dish may be the very definition of comfort food. The tender, flavorful, slow-cooked meat rests upon a creamy-soft bed of polenta—all so satisfying on a very basic level. Fresh peas and cippolini onions enhance the dish. Small, flat cippolinis are sweet onions that are fairly easy to find in most supermarkets. If they’re not available, you can substitute smaller pearl onions; you’ll need about twice as many.