White wine and gooey Gruyère cheese blend together in a savory, one-pan dish.Get the recipe.
Spoon a creamy blend of wine and Dijon mustard over pan-browned and oven-roasted pork chops.Get the recipe.
A powerhouse meal for a cold night: Bacon, potatoes, corn, and scallops mingle in a white wine–spiked chowder.Get the recipe.
Delicate, flaky fish roasts in a zesty Mediterranean sauce of lemon, olive oil, and dry white wine.Get the recipe.
Braising the meat makes it especially tender and intensely flavorful, particularly when it’s simmered in a garlicky wine broth.Get the recipe.
This easy take on the French classic cuts out half the usual ingredients, and calls for a decadent mushroom–red wine sauce over pieces of tender sirloin.Get the recipe.
Spiced beef and diced tomatoes are simmered in red wine before topping steaming pasta.Get the recipe.
The flavors of this lentil dish are brightened with citrus, then deepened with Pinot Noir (or another dry red wine).Get the recipe.
Sauté thin cuts of veal until golden brown, then top with a sauce of red wine, shallots, and mushrooms.Get the recipe.
This rich red-wine chicken dish is ready in just 30 minutes, but consider making it the day before serving: It tastes even better when the flavors have had a chance to meld overnight.Get the recipe.