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Looking for Suggested Wine Pairing(s) for two dishes: Baked Chickpeas with Pumpkin Egg Gravy Indian Style

2020.02.05 17:54 Kalenden Looking for Suggested Wine Pairing(s) for two dishes: Baked Chickpeas with Pumpkin Egg Gravy Indian Style

For an upcoming weekend menu, I'm looking to pair some nice wines for two different meals picked by my companion.
I'm aware we cook relatively non-standard but I'm trying to gain experience and see how wine can fit food. The meals are not necessarily eaten across the evenings in the order listed. Also my companion often makes changes to the recipes, e.g., we might not use an ingredient but we will use the title components.
The first is Baked Chickpeas with Pumpkin. Recipe: https://www.babaganosh.org/thanksgiving-chickpeas-butternut-squash-sauce/
The second is a Egg Gravy Indian Style. Recipe: https://www.pepperbowl.com/egg-gravy-chettinad-style-muttai-thokku/
What would you recommend or which advice can you give for good pairings? What tastes to focus on, where to look for inspiration. Many and varied suggestions are welcome!
The following of my wines should be drunk sooner than later, according to online found Drink-by-Dates, so prefer one of those. I do have a large collection beyond those so feel free to propose any!
2008 Società Agricola Nativ Taurasi
2011 Bodegas Hispano-Suizas Pinot Noir Bassus
2012 Rebel Wine Cabernet Sauvignon The Show
2010 Terra d'Oro Winery Zinfandel
2008 Gutiérrez Colosia, Oloroso Sherry
Personally, I think the Sherry might go well with the egg dish, the clean nutty saline cutting through the stews spices and eggs 'fatiness'. For the chickpeas, it is quite a 'cheesy' dish. And pumpkin as well. Might the Zinfandel be a nice fruity accompaniment?
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2020.01.30 17:11 Kalenden Looking for Suggested Wine Pairing(s) for two dishes: Quorn Pizza Bean Mushroom Zoodles

For an upcoming weekend menu, I'm looking to pair some nice wines for two different meals picked by my companion.
I'm aware we cook relatively non-standard but I'm trying to gain experience and see how wine can fit food. The meals are not necessarily eaten across the evenings in the order listed. Also my companion often makes changes to the recipes, e.g., we might not use an ingredient but we will use the title components.
The first is a Quorn Pizza. Recipe: https://neilshealthymeals.com/quorn-pizza/
The second is Bean Mushroom Zoodles. Recipe: https://www.easycheesyvegetarian.com/creamy-courgetti-white-bean-sauce/ We will likely omit the tomato here though.
What would you recommend or which advice can you give for good pairings? What tastes to focus on, where to look for inspiration. Many and varied suggestions are welcome!
The following of my wines should be drunk sooner than later, according to online found Drink-by-Dates, so prefer one of those. I do have a large collection beyond those so feel free to propose any!
2008 Società Agricola Nativ Taurasi (Aglianico)
2011 Bodegas Hispano-Suizas Pinot Noir Bassus (might be nice with the mushrooms/beans zoodles?)
2011 Aquinas Cabernet Sauvignon
2012 Rebel Wine Cabernet Sauvignon The Show
2014 Weingut Setzer Golden Grüner Veltliner
2010 Terra d'Oro Winery Zinfandel
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2020.01.09 09:59 Kalenden Suggested Wine Pairing for two dishes: Broccoli Cottage "Cannelloni" Pork CauliflowerFried "Rice"

For an upcoming weekend menu, I'm looking to pair some nice wines for two different meals picked by my companion.
I'm aware we cook relatively non-standard but I'm trying to gain experience and see how wine can fit food. The meals are not necessarily eaten across the evenings in the order listed. Also my companion often makes changes to the recipes, e.g., we might not use an ingredient but we will use the title components.
The first is a Broccoli Cottage "Cannelloni". Recipe: https://divaliciousrecipes.com/broccoli-ricotta-cannelloni/ . We will use cottage cheese instead of ricotta.
The second is a Cauliflower Pork Fried Rice. Recipe: https://whatgreatgrandmaate.com/cauliflower-pork-fried-rice/
What would you recommend or which advice can you give for good pairings? What tastes to focus on, where to look for inspiration. Many and varied suggestions are welcome!
I do have a couple of wines that should go sooner rather than later - but unsure if these would make good pairings with these dishes. The estimated drink-by date are underneath. In addition, I also have a Repour'ed 2005 Domaine G. Roumier Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Cras and 2015 Gérard Bertrand Pinot Gris Blanc Pays d'Oc. Finally, a 2008 Gutiérrez Colosia, Oloroso Sherry is also an option because somebody told me I should drink that one sooner rather than later
2008 Società Agricola Nativ Taurasi -> 2016
2010 Viña William Fèvre Carménère La Misión Reserva → 2016
2011 Bodegas Hispano-Suizas Pinot Noir Bassus → 2015
2011 Aquinas Cabernet Sauvignon → 2016
2012 Miguel Torres Garnacha Catalunya Sangre de Toro -> 2016
2012 Rebel Wine Cabernet Sauvignon The Show -> 2016
2014 Weingut Setzer Golden Grüner Veltliner → 2016/2017
2010 Terra d'Oro Winery Zinfandel -> 2015
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2020.01.02 20:07 Kalenden Looking for Suggested Wine Pairing(s) for three dishes: Chickpea Cauliflower Eggplant Tomato Stew Meatloaf with Sauteed Cabbage, Leek and Celeriac Fries Tofu Spinach Stew Dish (Vegan Palak Paneer)

For an upcoming weekend menu, I'm looking to pair some nice wines for three different meals picked by my companion.
I'm aware we cook relatively non-standard but I'm trying to gain experience and see how wine can fit food. The meals are not necessarily eaten across the evenings in the order listed. Also my companion often makes changes to the recipes, e.g., we might not use an ingredient but we will use the title components.
The first is a Chickpea Cauliflower Eggplant Tomato Stew. Recipe: http://eastvanvegan.com/eggplant-chickpea-tagine-vegan-gf/ Website appears to be down but the ingredients are listed. Harissa, chili, mint, parsley as seasonings.
The second is a Meatloaf with Sauteed Cabbage, Leek and Celeriac Fries. Recipes: https://www.karlasnordickitchen.com/skillet-meatloaf-with-sauteed-cabbage/ and https://www.lazycatkitchen.com/celeriac-chips/
The final one is a Tofu Spinach Stew Dish (Vegan Palak Paneer) . Recipe: https://gourmandelle.com/vegan-palak-panee
What would you recommend or which advice can you give for good pairings? What tastes to focus on, where to look for inspiration. Many and varied suggestions are welcome!
I have a shortlist of wines I think should be drunk sooner than later. These are listed below (with the estimated drink by date).
From this list, but I can choose outside it, have 200 bottles, I'd pick the 2010 Viña William Fèvre Carménère La Misión Reserva or 2013 Casa Silva Carménère Santa Tierra Estate with the meatloaf. For the others, I'd be less sure. Especially the Tofu Spinach Palak Paneer is an odd duck. One of the reasons I'd like to ask advice to the experienced folk in this sub :-)
2008 Società Agricola Nativ Taurasi -> 2016
2010 Viña William Fèvre Carménère La Misión Reserva → 2016
2011 Bodegas Hispano-Suizas Pinot Noir Bassus → 2015
2011 Aquinas Cabernet Sauvignon → 2016
2013 Casa Silva Carménère Santa Tierra Estate ->> 2016
2012 Miguel Torres Garnacha Catalunya Sangre de Toro -> 2016
2012 Rebel Wine Cabernet Sauvignon The Show -> 2016
2014 Weingut Setzer Golden Grüner Veltliner → 2016/2017
2015 Gérard Bertrand Vin de Pays d'Oc Gris Blanc → Rose, 2017
2010 Terra d'Oro Winery Zinfandel -> 2015, Zinfandel drink soon -> 2016
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2019.11.28 09:34 Kalenden Looking for Suggested Wine Pairing(s) for three dishes: Chicken Apple Pepper Stew/Stir Fry Feta Yogurt Pumpkin Pizza Lentil Mushroom Tomato Ragu

For an upcoming weekend menu, I'm looking to pair some nice wines for three different meals picked by my companion.
I'm aware we cook relatively non-standard but I'm trying to gain experience and see how wine can fit food. The meals are not necessarily eaten across the evenings in the order listed. Also my companion often makes changes to the recipes, e.g., we might not use an ingredient but we will use the title components. I appreciate any help this community is willing to give for a wine novice such as myself!
The first is a Chicken Apple Pepper Stew/Stir Fry. It is a Dutch recipe (https://koken.vtm.be/recept/wok-met-kip-appel-en-gele-paprika) but contains mustard, chicken, a yellow pepper and apple, stir fried in a cream-based sauce.
The second is a Feta Yogurt Pumpkin Pizza. Again Dutch (https://healthywanderlust.nl/recepten/gezonde-pizza-geroosterde-pompoen/) but it is a pizza topped with feta cheese, some rucola, yogurt, carpers, zucchini and pumpkin.
The final one is a Lentil Mushroom Tomato Ragu. The original recipe available through the waybackmachine (https://web.archive.org/web/20161106112010/https://theaccommodatingchef.com/2015/10/03/mushroom-ragu/). It contains Portobello, tomato, lentils mainly.
What would you recommend or which advice can you give for good pairings? What tastes to focus on, where to look for inspiration. Many and varied suggestions are welcome!
My own ideas are difficult. I have a cellar where I have a couple of bottles I think should be drunk soon. Suggestions from these would be great, but any thoughts are appreciated! For instance, I als have a These are (along with the drink-by date on cellartracker):
2008 Società Agricola Nativ Taurasi -> 2016
2010 Schola Sarmenti Armentino Negroamaro - Primitivo -> 2015
2010 Viña William Fèvre Carménère La Misión Reserva → 2016
2011 Bodegas Hispano-Suizas Pinot Noir Bassus → 2015
2011 Robert Mondavi Winery Chardonnay Reserve -> 2016
2011 Aquinas Cabernet Sauvignon → 2016
2013 Casa Silva Carménère Santa Tierra Estate -> 2016
2011 Argiolas Vermentino di Sardegna Is Argiolas -> 2015
2012 Miguel Torres Garnacha Catalunya Sangre de Toro -> 2016
2012 Bodegas Atalaya Almansa Alaya Tierra -> Grenache, Garnacha Tintorera 4 bottles 2016
2012 Bodega Septima Septimo Dia Mendoza Chardonnay -> Argentine, 2016
2012 Rebel Wine Cabernet Sauvignon The Show -> 2016
2013 Le Bourgogne de Louis Latour Blanc Chardonnay → 2016
2013 Domaine de la Pauline Miracle → 2016, sauvignon-viognier, 1 bottle
2013 Terra d'Oro Winery Viognier → 2016
2013 Domaine de la Jasse Vin de Pays d'Oc Barrique Blanc → Chardonnay 2015
2014 Weingut Setzer Golden Grüner Veltliner → 2016/2017
2009 La Pauline Cabernet Sauvignon Vin de Pays d'Oc La Pauline d'Or → 2016
2014 Minkov Brothers Bi Cycle Chardonnay - Colombard → 2016/2017
2015 Gérard Bertrand Vin de Pays d'Oc Gris Blanc → Rose, 2017
2010 Terra d'Oro Winery Zinfandel -> 2015, Zinfandel drink soon
2001 Château Beau-Séjour Bécot Saint-Emilion -> 2015
2008 Kendall-Jackson Merlot Vintner's Reserve -> 2016
2009 Perelada Empordà 3 Fincas Crianza -> 2016, weird blend
2010 Château La Coste Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence Les pentes douces -> drink soon
2006 Domaine Dublère Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Champeaux -> 2016
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2019.08.28 18:11 Kalenden Pairing Wines from a list with three dishes: Mushroom Pepper Frittata / Chicken Eggplant Lasagna / Bean Tofu Sweet Potato Dish

For an upcoming weekend menu, I'm looking to pair some nice wines for three different meals. I'm aware we cook relatively non-standard but I'm trying to gain experience and see where and how what wine fits with what. The meals are not necessarily eaten across the evenings in the order listed. Also my companion often makes changes to the recipes, e.g., we might not use an ingredient but will use the title components.
The first is a Mushroom Pepper (Egg White) Frittata (Recipe: only in dutch, sorry!)
The second is a Chicken Eggplant Lasagna (Recipe: http://sprinklesandsauce.com/eggplant-chicken-lasagna)
The final one is a Bean Tofu Sweet Potato Dish (Recipe: https://jenniferskitchen.com/2013/12/sweet-potato-and-black-bean-scramble.html).
What would you recommend? We have a fairly varied cellar that is way too old (inherited). It can be found underneath, if you are willing to have a look, ignore the dates on the right side, it is as a reminder that they should've been drunk by a certain date. Of course, I prefer to drink the wines that should be drunk sooner.
Personally, for the Frittata I was thinking of either the Chemin des Papes Côtes du Rhône Rosé or Pink Elephant The Perfect Rose.
For the Chicken Eggplant Lasagna, I was thinking of the 2012 Frati Bianchi Sparapani Le Terre or 2011 Terra d'Oro Winery Barbera.
No clue for the Bean Tofu Sweet Potato Dish.
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