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Fall Recipe of the Week 
Riesling Onion Soup with Herbed Croutons 
To view the recipe CLICK HERE or click the Foodie Insights tab at the top of the page.
The Riesling wines produced on the Mendocino coast of California are  light but full flavored, and they have a pure, buttery aftertaste that  pairs nicely with the onions, leeks, tarragon and fontina cheese in this  recipe. Avoid Rieslings labeled “late harvest” as they are too sweet  for this soup. When serving the soup, pour a dry Riesling alongside.  This recipe pairs well with soft, medium-bodied white wines like the Axel Pauly Riesling, Steinerd, Feinherb from the WS Wine Club.

vblairartfashionfoodiefanatic:

Fall Recipe of the Week

Riesling Onion Soup with Herbed Croutons

To view the recipe CLICK HERE or click the Foodie Insights tab at the top of the page.

The Riesling wines produced on the Mendocino coast of California are light but full flavored, and they have a pure, buttery aftertaste that pairs nicely with the onions, leeks, tarragon and fontina cheese in this recipe. Avoid Rieslings labeled “late harvest” as they are too sweet for this soup. When serving the soup, pour a dry Riesling alongside. This recipe pairs well with soft, medium-bodied white wines like the Axel Pauly Riesling, Steinerd, Feinherb from the WS Wine Club.