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January 19, 2019
Chef Manning whips up some football game day favorites, inspired by two of the playoff contenders. He makes Kansas City-inspired wings and muffalettas, sandwiches that hail from New Orleans.



January 26, 2018

Coyote Moon Vineyards has been honored by our state Senator!


January 9, 2018

You better be sitting down, this soup will knock you off your feet.


January 5, 2018

 Looking for an easy and delicious dinner? Check out this roasted pork tenderloin featuring our newest wine, Blackberry Bliss!


December 28, 2017

National Public Radio reporter, David Sommerstein, joined us for our 2017 Ice Wine harvest. The following post includes his article. Click on this link to hear the NPR broadcast.


November 14, 2017

What does your favorite food say about you? And more importantly, what should you be drinking this Thanksgiving?

Your Wine Personality


November 12, 2017

This recipe was inspired by Chrissy Teigen’s Roasted Tomato Soup recipe, which was in turn inspired by Ina Garden. However, the origins aren’t really that important. What’s important is that you know this soup is inspirational.


April 14, 2017
 It's a recipe you can use on fish or seafood for Good Friday or with your Easter ham.


April 7, 2017
It's an Easter tradition in many Italian families: Easter pie.

Chef Chris Manning uses pie crust, but others use pizza dough or layered slices of bread.

The chef calls this a "poor man's version," because it uses simple ingredients you can find in any store -- even some convenience stores.


January 17, 2017

Every harvest is like a high stakes round of Blackjack at the Bellagio.

Making a traditional ice wine is a risky endeavor, which is why very few winemakers attempt such an arduous task. Why would some winemakers choose to pass over harvesting an outstanding crop in September in exchange for a potentially disastrous harvest in January? For winemakers like Phil Randazzo, half of the fun is in the gamble.

"We are continuously pushing the limit, eager to realize the full potential of these outstanding grapes we grow," comments Phil. "Just because something is risky doesn't mean it shouldn't be done. Extraordinary discoveries usually require extraordinary risks."




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