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Rare Wines Music and Recipes Pairings

Two rare wines with two unique pairings to soothe both your palette and soul. Be one of the few to taste our 2019 Greco di Oro and 2018 Petite Sirah for a special virtual tasting on August 29th. As we taste each wine, we invite you to sit back and enjoy two live performances handpicked by Ann that pairs perfectly with each wine. Yes, we are talking about music pairings.

While you sip and listen, we also have more "traditional" food pairings for you to savor with each wine.

2019 Greco di Oro - only 40 cases released

Pairings - Classical Duo Laura Klugherz and Steven Heyman, Diablo Peach Puree & Grilled Shrimp Cocktail


  • 1 lb of grilled shrimp

  • 4 almost ripe peaches

  • 1/2 cup of white wine

  • 1 tbsp prepared horseradish

  • 1 tsp salt


  1. Chop the peaches and combine in small sauce pot with white wine.

  2. Bring to a simmer, cover and cook for ten minutes to reduce wine and soften peaches.

  3. Turn off heat and add remaining ingredients.

  4. Puree with blender and cool in fridge.

  5. Served with grilled or sautéed shrimp!

Our 2019 Greco di Oro is vibrant, inviting aromas of peach, brined lemon rind - it possesses a very clean savory quality. This wine pairs perfectly with shrimp and crab - we're saving some for crab season!

If this wine was a song, it would be Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, cohesive, yet rising to amazing heights and energetic with depth and verve- it's a roller coaster ride in the best way! And that's why we're also pairing it with beautiful classical music - get a taste of our music pairing here....

2018 Petite Sirah - only 32 cases produced

Pairings - Folk Singer Isaac Opatz, Figs Wrapped in Bacon


  • 12 ripe figs

  • 12 pieces of bacon

  • 1/4 cup mild goat cheese

  • 12 toothpicks

  • 1/2 jalapeno (seeded)

  • 1/2 cup maple syrup


  1. Preheat oven or grill to 400 degrees and soak toothpicks in water.

  2. Combine jalapeno and syrup in a small pot and bring to a simmer for 5 minutes. Leet cool to room temperature.

  3. Cut figs in 1/2, but only half way through for stuffing with cheese.

  4. Form small balls of goat cheese the size of a dime and stuff in fig.

  5. Wrap figs with bacon and use toothpick to secure.

  6. Bake or grill, 15 to 25 minutes until bacon is crispy!

  7. Drizzle with maple syrup.

Aromas of blueberry compote, fresh blackberries plums, subtle vanilla, touch of licorice and anise make this wine a beautiful pairing with figs, bacon and goat cheese.

There's a great savory undertone of campfire smoke, earthiness and something mysterious you can't quite put a name to and that's why we're also pairing it with Izaak Opatz - get a taste of our music pairing here...

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