Entertain/Food / October 3, 2016

Chili Recipes and Wine Pairings Worth Falling For

Falling for Chili and Wine PairingsAs those first leaves start falling, they remind us that we’ve entered our favorite food season: fall!

Sure, spring and summer are great, don’t get us wrong. There’s just something about fall that makes us want to cook up hearty, piping-hot bowls of deliciousness. Welcome to chili season!

Secret ingredients and flavors will differ, but that’s the beauty of it! For every flavor preference, there’s a chili – and a wine – to pair with it.

Below are some of the chili recipes we can’t wait to simmer on our stoves this season. We’ve also paired a few fantastic wines with these recipes to make chili night an event worth savoring!

White Chicken Poblano Chili from Homesick Texan
White Chicken Poblano Chili from Homesick Texan

MS.Sweet&SassyWhite Chicken Poblano Chili with Middle Sister Sweet & Sassy Moscato

Take a trip on the lighter side with a recipe like this White Chicken Poblano Chili from Homesick Texan, which will satisfy a crowd, without weighing anyone down. Pair it with a smooth, refreshing glass of Middle Sister Sweet & Sassy Moscato. The touch of natural sweetness in the wine makes it delightful to sip with spicy foods.

Find Middle Sister Sweet & Sassy Moscato near you or in our Wine Sisterhood Wine Shop.


Texas Chili Frito Pie

Cowgirl Sisterhood CabernetTexas Chili Frito Pie with Cowgirl Sisterhood Cabernet Sauvignon

‘Tis the season for parties! Bring along a batch of this casserole-style Texas Chili Frito Pie with a bottle of Cowgirl Sisterhood Cabernet Sauvignon and they’ll be saying “Oh, my darling!” all night.

Contact us here for help finding Cowgirl Sisterhood Cabernet Sauvignon near you or shop for this wine online.


Slow-Cooker Pulled-Pork Chili by Morgan Eisenberg via Serious Eats
Slow-Cooker Pulled-Pork Chili by Morgan Eisenberg via Serious Eats

THE Dark by Cosentino WinerySlow-Cooker Pulled-Pork Chili with THE Dark from Cosentino Winery

Chili and cornbread… could there be a better pairing? Only when you add a glass of THE Dark from Cosentino Winery. Try this recipe for Slow-Cooker Pulled-Pork Chili with Cornbread Dumplings with a rich, velvety wine like THE Dark, full of jammy blue and black fruit flavors. It’s sure to be a new fall favorite!

Find THE Dark at a store near you or shop online.



Have a favorite fall chili recipe? Share it with us in a comment below or post a picture of your creation to our Wine Sisterhood Facebook Page. We love seeing what you’ve got cooking up!





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