Something pink? Something sparkly? Something as delightful and surprising as your Valentine?
How about a light “pink” sparkling wine with ahi tuna, seared to keep it a pretty pink inside? Served on a bed of field greens with a white stilton with cranberries? And paired with a Domaine Carneros by Taittinger Brut Rose Cuvee de la Pompadour? Made in the traditional methods? And retailing at $35?
Take it from me, this meal of seared ahi and sparkling rose is a winner!
We’re fortunate here in Ventura to have a tuna boat come to our harbor about once a month from December through April or so. When it shows up, we go in with friends on a whole tuna and come home with bags of sushi grade meat that can’t really be any fresher. Continue reading