Any bottle of wine is only as good as the setting, company and delicious morsels it’s paired with.
Find the perfect food and wine pairing by browsing our paired recipes below.
This fluffy omelette is perfect for a decadent brunch, served with a glass of sparkling wine.
Jazz up your snoek with a few South African flavour boosters and enjoy it with a glass of Chenin Blanc.
This succulent roast is deceptively simple: minimal effort, maximum flavour. A full-bodied Shiraz compliments the meal.
Serve these decadent, rich chocolate brownies with an equally rich Cabernet Sauvignon.
Serve with couscous to soak up the delicious sauce - a glass of white wine on the side!
This creamy coconut dish pairs beautifully with an off-dry white wine.
Warm, hearty Italian comfort food: the perfect partner to red wine.
A Greek-style spin on a South African favourite. Serve with a glass of Cape Port for a sophisticated end to your meal.
A great starter that’s packed with flavour and perfect for pairing with bubbles.
A seafood fiesta, great for sharing! The ideal companion to a zesty white.
Sticky sauce for finger-licking ribs! Crack open a rich red for this dish.
These chocolate biscuits with a gorgeously gooey centre pair perfectly with your favourite red or dessert wine.
A hearty pasta dish – add a splash of white wine for an extra flavour punch!
Serve with ice cold sparkling wine – lunch never looked so sophisticated!
Steak with a creamy mushroom sauce: the only thing missing is a bottle of full-bodied red wine.
A little bit of South Africa in a traditional South American pie.
This is sure to be the hero on any vegetarian table at Christmas.
A rich and decadent bird, duck is the ideal roast for an intimate dinner.
Convenience products take the fuss out of planning your Christmas feast.
For this recipe, fresh is best, as frozen or canned strawberries are too moist.
This chilli sauce makes a great dip too.
For best results, soak raw chickpeas in water overnight.
Use trout instead of salmon to make it affordable.
These sticky-sweet brinjals can become a vegetarian main meal when tossed with noodles or baby marrow spaghetti. Just double up on the sauce.
Smoky and crisp, these are salad greens like you’ve never tasted before.
Choose an oily fish, such as salmon or mackerel, which pairs well with the tart salsa.
Usually made with heavy cream, this lighter version uses low-fat cottage cheese.
A warm, comforting salad with delicious tahini – a paste made from ground sesame seeds.
Salting the fish draws out excess moisture, preventing the sauce from becoming watery.
The sauce elevates this classic cake to new heights.
This dish works well with mackerel fillets or even trusty ol’ hake.
This light chocolate cake uses minimal flour and rises by aerating eggs.
A creamy candidate for a winter dinner – simply add baguette bites to impress guests.
Serve this deliciously gooey, cheesy creation while steaming hot. It’s the perfect winter side dish.
Some vegetarian dishes also benefit from the low-and-slow treatment.
A meat-free option that’s anything but bland.
Goat cheese has a tangy flavour that pairs well with bright and acidic wines like rosé.
The acidity of white wine cuts through the richness of quiche
Pairing this meal with sparkling wine will transport you to the Italian Riviera.
Open a bottle of Haute Cabriѐre Reserve Pinot Noir to both make the sauce *and* serve with your feast.
A delicious quiche with a hint of sweetness
The citrus flavours in this white grape pairs well with the glaze.
The earthy flavours of Cabernet Sauvignon compliment inexpensive chicken livers perfectly.
Sweet bubblies will pair perfectly with the subtle fruity flavours of the melon
Brush figs with honey before baking for more flavour.
The acidity of Sauvignon Blanc will pair wonderfully with these juicy pork chops.
Herby melted butter topped on a thick and juicy steak to enjoy with a glass of red.
The sweetness of the papaya balances out the smokey flavour.
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A hearty vegetarian main or side for the braai.
Try this starter with a bottle of Kleine Zalze.
Called ribollita in Italy, this is traditionally a vegetable soup, but we've added meat to make it extra hearty.
Perfect for a veggie braai.
A little spring-inspired snacking in winter never hurt anyone.
An elegant appetiser to serve at your next get-together.