Create the perfect pairing with these locally made nibbles and

matching wines. Whether used as playful party snacks or delicious

gifts, you’ll look like a star this holiday season.

Produced by Mindi Shapiro Levine Text and food styling by Scott Jones

Photography by Mary Britton Senseney

Morovia Glasses

“Andromeda” white wine glass, $17

“Apus” red wine glass, $15

“Aquila” tall red wine glass, $19.75

“Leo” champagne flute, $19.25



This soft, mid-weight red has enough heft to stand up

to the robust meats and accompanying roasted veggies

without overpowering the cheeses.

Hey Mambo, Sultry Red, California 2008 ($12)

“Leo” red wine glass, $17.25, Moravia

Paired with Salumi e Formaggi antipasti (Prosciutto, Coppa,

Speck, Mozzarella, Belle Cheve Goat Cheese, sliced roasted

red peppers, baby arugula, roasted

tomatoes) ($8)


Maki Fresh

This crisp white has a hint of

sweetness that helps tame the

sushi’s heat, yet enough

refreshing acidity and stone-fruit

flavors to handle the rich tuna.

The Great Oregon Wine Company,

“Rascal” Pinot Gris, Oregon 2010 ($10)

“Sagitta” white wine glass, $15.50, Moravia

Paired with Spicy Tuna Maki Roll ($7)

and Grilled Edamame ($3)

Maki Fresh


This yummy sparkler has a touch more sweetness than the pastries, which is exactly what you want—otherwise, the wine tastes flat and lifeless.

Biltmore, Pas de Deux Sparkling Wine,

California ($20)

“Phoenix” white wine glass, $15, Moravia

Paired with Almond Caramel Sweet Roll ($3), Blackberry Donut Stick ($2), and Crème de Citron ($3)

Mix (downtown)

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