Archive for the ‘Wine & Food’ Category
Prairie Berry’s Kitchen is here to make your holidays better than ever. Chef Jen is sharing some fun food pairings for your favorite Prairie Berry holiday wines. Red Currant, made entirely with South Dakota picked currants, with Prosciutto Jingle, a soft dry red blend, with Finocchiona Cranberry, a perennial holiday favorite, with Cranberry White Cheddar
Try pairing our seasonal Pumpkin Bog wine with lemon goat cheese and ginger cookies. The tangy goat cheese and sweet cookies make the perfect pairing for fall.
Whether your making ham, roasted lamb, or beef this Easter Sunday, we’ve put together a guide for pairing your favorite Prairie Berry Winery wines with your Easter dinner.
Before all you red wine lovers sadly put away your stemware for the summer, listen up. Red wines don’t have to be like your wool sweaters–enjoyed during the chilly weather and traded in for beer when it warms up. Not that you trade your sweaters for beer. Well, depending on the sweater and the beer…
It’s May 3, which means your shopping list should include: limes Red Ass Rhubarb wine margarita mix avocados tomatoes onions cilantro Cinco de Mayo is the perfect time to kick off summer sipping season with all those mouth-watering fresh flavors. Like margaritas and guacamole. Put a South Dakota spin on Cinco de Mayo with our Red Assarita, a sweet-tart, raspberry-rhubarb take
Maybe you’re just starting to drink wine, or maybe you’re ready to expand your wine experience. Here are some tips for experimenting and finding some new favorites. Look for new (to you) growing regions for exciting new wine frontiers The major growing regions around the world are pretty popular: California, Australia and Italy, for example.
“What’s for supper?” The phrase has become the bane of my existence, especially in the summer. I don’t feel like cooking and I don’t feel like eating something that’s been cooked. The solution? Salad. Pasta salad (yes, there is some cooking involved). Tossed salad. Steak salad. Chicken salad. Seafood salad. The term “salad” is so
A summer evening isn’t complete without the smell of barbecue smoke in the air. When it’s time to break out the charcoal and marinate that special cut of meat or skewer the vegetables, think beyond beverages in boxes and allow a bottle of wine to turn that regular backyard barbecue into a special occasion. But