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Recipes

Apple Fritters
February 25, 2014
These cinnamon sugar dusted apple fritters are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth! Serve with Vidal Icewine for a truly decadent pairing.
Asian Braised Pork & Miso Ramen
January 12, 2015
If you didn't have a chance to join us at Inniskillin and taste the 2015 Icewine Festival Discovery Pass pairing, try replicating it at home with our Estate Chef's recipe! This delicate miso ramen and tender braised pork belly pairs beautifully with Oak Aged Vidal Icewine.
Asparagus Salad With Goat Cheese Vinaigrette
April 10, 2015
This spring inspired salad pairs perfectly with Riesling. Use fresh and local asparagus for best results!
Baked Goat Cheese Dip
December 1, 2016
These rich and creamy goat cheese appetizers are packed with flavour, making holiday entertaining both easy and delicious! Pair with a rich white wine.
Beef Carpaccio With Baby Arugula & Shaved Asiago
August 31, 2010
Perfect for an appetizer or just a snack... the rich, beef flavours in this dish are contrasted by the sharp cheese and fresh arugula.
Bittersweet Chocolate Icewine Truffle Cake
February 14, 2011
Wow your guests with this divine chocolate truffle cake and Icewine pairing. This bittersweet chocolate dessert pairs perfectly with the red berry notes found in Cabernet Franc Icewine.
Braised Lamb Shanks
October 4, 2013
Hearty and comforting, these braised lamb shanks are sure to become your next winter favourite. Rich and robust reds such as Meritage and Cabernet Franc are perfect accompaniments to this rustic dish.
Butter Tart
February 20, 2014
The butter tart is a Canadian favourite. Pair this classic with another Canadian indulgence - Icewine for a quintessentially Canadian dessert!
Butternut Squash Flatbread With Bacon, Black Olive, and Goat Cheese
February 24, 2014
This recipe is both simple and satisfying. Naan bread is a great alternative to use whenever putting together a quick pizza or flatbread.
Butternut Squash Soup
October 7, 2011
Perfect for autumn, the silkiness of this pureed soup allows for flavours to linger while a Riesling provides a hint of sweetness and acidity for a balanced pairing.

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