White Wine

16 Ways to (White) Wine and Dine in Honor of Spring

April 22, 2016

Fresh herbs! Flowering trees! Short sleeves! After what feels like an eternity of bracing winds and sludgy mornings, we are finally throwing open our windows and saying hello to a fresh, new season.

If you’re as thrilled as we are, you may be thinking a bit of celebration is in order—and what better way to revel in the warmer weather than with a long pour of crisp, white wine? Even if you don't drink, it can still be the perfect complement to a host of spring meals: Used to braise, deglaze, or make a sauce, white wine can add a sharp-but-not-too-sharp counterpoint that balances out a dish's best notes without overpowering more delicate flavors. To get you started, here are 16 recipes to make right now that incorporate white wine:

How are you planning to wine and dine this season? Leave a comment to let us in on your plans!

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Sarah E Daniels

Written by: Sarah E Daniels

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