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Lorena’s Pork Tamales

Our Pork Tamales Pair beautifully with the La Chole Red Blend. “Harmony in a Glass,” the La Chole Red Blend brings together a beautiful bouquet of pepper and black fruits with a kiss of oak, this blend will not overpower the sweet and savory balance of these tamales. Pork Tamales Ingredients Pork Filling ¼ cup… Read more »

Lorena’s Shrimp Ceviche

This fresh summer Latin American recipe is simple and delightfully tangy. We suggest you pair with a fresh crisp glass of our 2018 Los Carneros Chardonnay. Let the flavors of guava, lemon zest and just a hint of honey wash over your palate as it accents this spicy dish. Ingredients 2 lbs Raw Shrimp 1/2… Read more »

Lorena’s Chile Rellenos with Cotija & Jack Cheese

This spicy and vibrant dish absolutely demands the bright tropical flavors of our Sonoma Mountain Chardonnay.  Lorena’s Chiles Rellenos balances creamy cheeses with spice in true harmony; the guava and citrus flavors of the wine will accent the rich, creamy spiciness of the dish perfectly. Chiles Rellenos with Cotija & Jack Cheese Ingredients Rellenos 8… Read more »

Lorena’s Pork Pozole Recipe

We recommend pouring a glass of our Los Carneros Chardonnay to have with this Pork Pozole.  The mouthwatering notes of tropical fruit and bright acidity will bring out the flavors of the herbaceous and savory pork. Pork Pozole Recipe Ingredients 6 Cascabel peppers- seeded and deveined 6 Pasilla peppers- seeded and deveined 6 New Mexico… Read more »

Lorena’s Chicken Mole Rojo

Lorena’s Chicken Mole Rojo pairs perfectly with our Mi Sueño Mt. Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon. The enticing flavors of cassis, warm black plums, and fresh figs of this award-winning Cabernet Sauvignon will balance perfectly with the dark spicy flavors of the Mole. Chicken Mole Rojo Recipe Ingredients 1 tomato, quartered 1 onion,  quartered 1 cup grapeseed… Read more »

The Realities Behind Wine Pricing

Wines at the most expensive and prestigious end of the spectrum continue to grow in popularity. And prices, which have been climbing for years, show no signs of slowing down. But for all of the attention that the most sought-after wines get — their scores are parsed; their SRPs and performance at auction are analyzed… Read more »

Mi Sueno Americano

From the moment Rolando Herrera first set foot in Napa Valley, when he was eight, he felt at home. His father first brought his family to Northern California in 1975, only to return to Mexico five years later. His dream, however, stayed in Napa. In 1982, when he was 15, Herrera declared he would be… Read more »

Mi Sueno Winery

You know how when your loved one is trying to keep a secret from you they leave the room to take calls and stuff like that? Well, a couple months ago, John started doing that. He’s deeply romantic, so I knew he was hiding something wonderful, but still, I wondered what it could be. Finally,… Read more »