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I’m all about easy entertaining – simple, no fuss. So, picking up Robert Mondavi Private Selection is a natural choice — legendary winemaking expertise and pioneering legacy capturing in elegantly expressive Coastal California Wines. I love the new packaging which features a bold, high-quality look that matches the bold, high-quality flavors inside the wine bottle.
The wine is the same great wine I know and love – but the new bottle really elevates your tablescape while entertaining. I paired the new bottles of Robert Mondavi Private Selection Cabernet and Chardonnay with a favorite appetizer – Artichoke Parmesan Bruschetta and DIY Chalkboard wine glasses.
To make the glasses – you just need chalkboard paint, a brush or foam applicator, wine glasses. I also chose to use a primer that adhered well to glass to make the application of the chalkboard paint easier.
You’ll need two coats, with a dry time of 2-3 hours in between. Paint the chalk in the size “label” you want. These are great for putting names on a glass at a party or anything you want to say!
The recipe is also simple to make with only a few ingredients:
French or Italian Bread Sliced Thin
Olive Oil – 1 Tbsp
Marinated Artichoke (canned), drained and chopped.
1/2 cup grated parmesan
1/4 cup fresh shaved parmesan
Preheat oven to 350. Lay bread slices out on baking sheet. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil. Bake for 10 minutes until crunchy. Watch them carefully.
In a separate bowl, mix together the artichoke, olive oil, grated parmesan, shaved parmesan – add salt and pepper to taste.
Remove bread from the oven, drizzle a bit more olive oil and top each with the bruschetta mix. Serve & Enjoy!
The crunch with the savory taste of the bruschetta topping is the perfect complement to the wine – both red and white. It’s easy to prepare for guests, leaving you to just enjoy good food, good wine, and good company.
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