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Ca’ Vescovo Pinot Grigio 2014 from Venezie, Italy with High Society (1956) - 12/23/15 @ 11pm ETCa-Vescovo-Pinot-Grigio-2014-&-High-Society-(1956)

Today's Recipe: Chef Plum prepares his "Classic for the Classics" Roast Salmon with Lemon Burre Blanc

WINE & MOVIE PAIRING: What better to pair this classic, refreshing Pinot Grigio with than High Society? The film’s love triangle of a divorced socialite (Grace Kelly), her ex-husband (Bing Crosby) and a tabloid reporter (Frank Sinatra) who converge on her Newport wedding matches up perfectly with this wine’s hint of nuttiness. This gorgeous Technicolor remake of The Philadelphia Story – with music by Cole Porter – makes the perfect pairing for a wine of vibrant fruit notes and a tangy finish.

Join Chef Plum for some fun in the kitchen.

Get your ingredients together, open the Ca’ Vescovo Pinot Grigi, and get ready for this musical version of The Philadelphia Story staring Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and Grace Kelly.

High Society from TCM Wine Club


Roast Salmon with Lemon Burre Blanc
“ Classic for the Classics, Class personified”

Salmon filet (6oz or so)
2oz butter
½ cup Pinot grigio
oilve oil
zest of one lemon
1tsp chopped dill

1. Season salmon with salt and pepper and pre heat oven to 375 degrees

2. In a saute pan heat up a tbls or so of olive oil

3. In a small sauce pan add the wine and reduce(evaporate by boiling) by half (this will happen quickly once a boil begins)

4. Once the saute pan is nice and hot, (small whisps of smoke coming off) gently place the salmon in the pan away from you skin side up! Place the pan back on the med-high heat.

5. The salmon is ready to flip once it easily comes of the pan, if it is sticking just give it a little longer.

6. Once the fish is flipped the skin side should now be down place the pan into the hot oven for roughly 6-8 minutes

7. In the pan with reduced wine add the lemon zest and melt the butter into the wine while gently whisking

8. Remove the hot pan from the oven and place the fish on a plate with your favorite vegetable and serve with spoonful of the lemon butter wine sauce finish with the chopped dill!