Food Recommendations

This page contains vegetarian, fish, and meat dishes that we recommend with our favorite Oregon Pinot Gris. Just scroll down the page to find something that you’re sure to enjoy!


French Potato Salad with White Wine and Celery Leaves, by Martha Stewart

This is a great way to freshen up a potato salad.

Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers, by

This recipe is so great, you’ll never want to eat a frozen veggie burger again. Pair them with Oregon Pinot Gris and they’ll become a spring or summer grill-out favorite.

Asparagus Pesto with Pasta by

Asparagus lovers, rejoice! This green pasta dish will be wonderful with some Oregon Pinot Gris.

Pesto perfection, Giada shows three ways to make it on Today Food

Pesto adds bold, fresh flavors to your meal…flavors which are enhanced by Oregon Pinot Gris. So, whether you’re serving chicken, pasta, or fish, these recipes are worth a look.

Grilled Zucchini Salad with Lemon-Herb Vinaigrette and Shaved Romano and Toasted Pine Nuts, Food Network, Recipe courtesy Bobby Flay

ZUCCHINI TIME: Grilled zucchini is the star of this dish. Oregon Pinot Gris will be the star in your glass if you enjoy them together.

Fettuccine Alfredo, by

A long-time favorite of many; perfect dish to enjoy with your Oregon Pinot Gris.



Recipe for Oregon Coast Salmon, from Our Oregon Coast

A recipe for grilled salmon, straight from Oregon. Your wine should be, too.

Seared Scallops with Pinot Gris Butter Sauce, contributed by Hugh Acheson

From Food & Wine Magazine. Yum!

Curry-Rubbed Salmon with Mango-Pear Relish, by Seafood Steward

There are lots of great seafood recipes on this site, including one for Curry-rubbed Salmon with Mango-Pear Relish. Bon appetit!

Steamed Black Mussel Salad with Pickled Shallots, Croutons and Vinaigrette, by Relish Culinary School

If you love mussels, you’ll want to try this…with your favorite Oregon Pinot Gris, of course.

Sweet & Spicy Asian Seafood Meatball for National Meatball Day! by

When is a meatball not a meatball? When it’s a Sweet and Spicy Aisan Seafood Meatball. With an Oregon Pinot Gris, these will knock your socks off!

Guinness-Glazed Halibut by Food & Wine, contributed by Melissa Clark

This food pairing (for Oregon Pinot Gris) is suggested by Food & Wine magazine. It’s a very interesting approach to fish.

Salmon Burgers with Dill Mustard, by Rachel Ray

Check out this healthy burger. You know what wine to enjoy it with…

Spaghetti with Pinot Grigio and Seafood, Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis

Your favorite Oregon Pinot Gris is just what this recipe needs.

Vineyard Sea Grill, Food & Wine magazine, Contributed by Mario Batali

East coast meets west coast…grilled lobster for your Oregon Pinot Gris.

Jammin’ Salmon Burgers, Food Network, Recipe courtesy Aaron McCargo Jr.

If you’re looking for an alternative to red meat for your July 4 cookout, look no further. This salmon burger will satisfy your appetite for back yard fare, and it will pair wonderfully with your Oregon Pinot Gris.

Chilled Poached Halibut with Fresh Apricot Salsa, by

A cool and delicious fish dish…

Orzo Salad With Shrimp and Feta , Recipe courtesy Food Network Magazine

This orzo salad makes a nice lunch or light dinner for a hot summer night… (or any occasion when a pasta salad will do the trick!) Invite some friends to join you, set the table to dine al fresco, and open your favorite Oregon Pinot Gris.

Hot Smoked Salmon with Salad of Apples, Dried Cherries, Hazelnuts and Greens and Apple Cider Vinaigrette, by

If the flavors of autumn are on your mind, try pairing your favorite Oregon Pinot Gris with this salmon. Better yet, go for an Oregon Pinot Gris you haven’t tried yet. Maybe it will be your new favorite.

Mediterranean Shrimp Salad in Cucumber Cups, by

This time, shrimp appears as an appetizer. This is quick to prepare and your guests will admire this clever bite-sized delight. They’ll definitely admire your wine choice, when you serve this with Oregon Pinot Gris.

A Simple Steamed Fish with an Oregon Pinot Gris, by Jennifer Fiedler, A bed of shiitake mushrooms, red potatoes and cabbage makes a delicious complement

“Winewise, look for a white with a strong citrus component and herbal notes to match the dish. An aromatic Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand locked in nicely with the lemon flavors, but ultimately was too overpowering for the food. A Chardonnay from California was fine enough but a Pinot Gris from Oregon proved to be the winning match. With the food, the wine got more complex, developing appealing spice and fresh herb flavors.”



 Rabbit Braised in Oregon Pinot Gris and Rosemary with Gorgonzola Polenta, by Saveur magazine

If you’re a fan of rabbit, (and Pinot Gris) you’ll probably enjoy this. The flavors sound delightful.

Chili-Lime Chicken Kabobs, by

An easy dinner on the grill to enjoy with your Oregon Pinot Gris.

Creamy BLT Pasta, by Rachel Ray

We know that creamy pasta is wonderful with Oregon Pinot Gris. Doesn’t bacon make everything better? Yes, indeed!

Chicken and Mushrooms in a Garlic White Wine Sauce, by

If you have a little Oregon Pinot Gris left over from the weekend (does that really happen to anyone?), consider using it in this sauce for a quick, yummy week-night dinner. and don’t forget, you want a great wine to make the flavors of your foods to also taste great, so don’t be afraid to “open that bottle!”

Pasta Salad with Arugula Pesto, Grilled Chicken Breasts, and Feta, Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2002

This pasta dish brings together summer flavors that can be enjoyed on a picnic, at the beach, or by the pool. Chill your Oregon Pinot Gris ahead of time, and you’re ready for some fun in the sun.