Wine

Wine

What’s in your glass? We’re here to introduce you to new wines and help you learn more about the grapes you already love.

Rose is often described as halfway between a red and a white wine, but this is meant to describe the intensity of the wine, not the production method.
This time of year, it's easy to taste why some pairings make perfect sense from the very first bite and sip. Follow these simple pairing suggestions to experience food-and-wine aha moments you'll want to try again and again.
Like your favorite seasoning or spice, wine can instantly enhance a meal. To help you master the perfect pairing, we’ve offered simple tips, as well as highlights from our October wine delivery, to keep in mind as you plan your Blue Apron meals–your taste buds will thank you!
It's only natural to wonder how or why the blackberry, plum or other fruit flavors pair with, say, a steak. On your first bite and sip, you'll quickly find that they do—but pairing food and wine is as much about feel as it is about flavors, and the effect a wine has on your palate as you sip it. Pair for feel, and you'll have an even better dining experience.
A truly great wine not only impresses enophiles, it pairs well with dinner. And then there are rockstar wines—the kind that not only impress, but are versatile. These wines stand up to simple, straightforward dishes as well as more complex, intricate combinations of flavors on the plate. Our reds and whites made in collaboration with Pax Mahle and Ian Brand are most definitely in this rockstar category. Check out our pairing tips for L'Ptit Paysan Chardonnay, Pax Red and Pax White—and discover why rockstar wines make for a memorable dinner. If you want to try them for yourself, order here by June 17th!