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A Nouveau Idea for Foodies

With the "Big Game" coming up, we brought together the best pairings with our Sutter Creek Nouveau to serve for the festivities. Stroll along Sutter Creek for a taste test of our Nouveau with these special game day bites on January 27th.


1850 Wines

Flat bread with sundried tomatoes, olive tapenade, mozzarella and salami.

Baiocchi Wines

Puff Pastry wrapped Rabbit Sausage with Lavender Mustard.

Bella Grace Vineyards

Baked brie and strawberries with a drizzle of our raspberry balsamic.

Feist Wines

Golden Acorn Farm sausages.

Le Mulet Rouge

Spicy peanut butter pizza.

Matthew Gibson Winery

Gourmet sausage sliders.

Miller Wine Works

Black and Blue Doubloons.

Scott Harvey Wines

Zinfandel pepper jelly on cream cheese with crackers.

Uphill Vineyards

Spicy cheese puffs (gougeres).


Chili prepared by Lucy's Spice Box, made with Rancho Gordo's Vaquero beans, Mexican oregano and their special chili powder. Vegetarian option available.

A set with all the supplies to replicate for the Big Game Day will be available for purchase! Check out the recipe here



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