My wife and I really miss our friends in the restaurant industry, but are making the best of it by cooking up a storm at home. Last night I opened some tiny briny oysters from New Brunswick, sauteed a filet of black sea bass from Montauk and boiled the first spring asparagus. Nice dinner. Had a bottle of 2017 Chateau des Quarts Pouilly-Fuisse "Clos des Quarts" monopole.
A traditional Chianti Classico and a bright, mineral Riesling--these are the wines that turn simple dishes into spectacular meals.
From novice wine drinkers to the winemaker of Selbach-Oster herself, Hannah, there's a lot of love for Riesling and Chinese food. We all agree that Riesling doesn't have to be complicated. It's simply great wine. And you can enjoy it simply, with some takeout on a week night.