From our Kitchen to Yours
At Geyser Peak, we believe the wine experience and accompanying lifestyle isn’t just for holidays and special occasions, it’s for everyday life!
We’ve collected our favorite recipes, which are thoughtfully paired with several of our wines. Browse this section to get inspired by the food and wine experiences that we believe are the keys to good living.
Our Culinary Partners
We are proud to feature the following culinary partners who help us bring you a global food and wine perspective. Our goal is to support local growers and farmers whenever possible using interesting ingredients to help you create wonderful dishes, ideal for pairing with Geyser Peak wines.
Dry Creek Olive Company
Jimtown Olive Tapenade
Just Cook Foods
Dry Creek Peach & Produce Peach Jam
Just Jan’s Jams
This was our food & wine pairing entry for the Westside Road Wineries Association 2nd Annual Battle Of The Grill event on July 19, 2014. We loved how the spicy Chorizo played off the citrus notes in our 2013 River Ranches Sauvignon Blanc. These shrimp are easy to prepare and taste best fresh off the grill!
With the summer solstice just a few days away, the season’s most anticipated crop—juicy, flavorful heirloom tomatoes—won’t be far behind. Here, then, are some great ways to enjoy that precious fruit and the ideal wines to sip alongside like Geyser Peak Pinot Grigio.
The lemony flavors of the wine will complement the citrus used in the marinade and won’t overpower the light bodied scallops.
Here’s a delicious recipe submitted by a local fan, Jamie in Napa, CA. It’s an easy, cheesy and zesty dish- perfect with the clean & crisp flavors of Geyser Peak Sauvignon Blanc.
Now a favorite amongst our Wine Club, this pate is quick, easy and pairs beautifully with full-bodied red wines. Try it with our 2012 Pluto’s Fury Pinot Noir.
A delightful pairing with our newly released 2013 Gewürztraminer. We featured this recipe at our May Club Release Party and it received raved reviews!
The bacon used to wrap this shrimp makes them very versatile and either red or wine friendly. The soft fruit of this shiraz and its tannin strip the palate of the fat from the bacon. The spicy character is perfect with grilled foods and the smoky bacon.
Fennel has a slightly herbal character which matches nicely with the citrus character of the Sauvignon Blanc. The lemony fruit of the wine helps to cleanse the palate of the moderate creaminess of the soup.
Chardonnay can have tropical fruit flavors that match well with the mango salsa when used as a topping for fish or chicken. This can easily add interest to any dish! Use as a dip or a topping for fish or chicken.
From our 2013 May Club Release Luau