Essential Dinner Pairings - Stir Fry

Essential Dinner Pairings - Stir Fry

  • Price $34.99

This must-try bundle features wines with Crisp & Minerally and Plush & Fruity pairing keys, making them ideal companions for an easy weeknight stir-fry or carry-out. Featuring refreshing and fruity notes with a bit of acidity, these wines cut through and complement the umami-rich flavors of Asian-style noodles, indulgent sauces, and meat.

Like a Chardonnay from France’s Chablis region (versus a buttery California chardonnay), the 2016 Le P'tit Paysan Chardonnay has crisp and fruity notes with minerality. The 2017 Brick & Mortar Chenin Blanc has the crispness of classic French chenin blanc paired with fruity notes that are characteristic of California. The one red of the bundle, a 2017 Anthesis Pinot Noir, is a classic pinot with up-front fruit flavors accented by savory notes.

Give this wine collection as a gift! Add your gift message during checkout and it will appear on the recipient's packing slip.

  • Recipes
  • What's Included
  • Return Policy
  • Orders & Shipping
Collection includes 3 x 500 mL bottles (2/3 of a standard-size wine bottle) featuring the following wines:
  • 2017 Brick & Mortar Chenin Blanc: Engineer–turned–wine-geek Matt Iaconis is all about precision. So when he told us that Lodi has one of California’s best spots for Chenin Blanc—not a common belief—we listened. Matt found vines that, according to his measurements, thrive in a small area that’s warmer by day and cooler at night than the rest of Lodi. This results in a crisp, zesty Chenin Blanc akin to those from France’s Loire Valley. “The wine speaks of California in an Old World sense,” Matt says.
  • 2017 Anthesis Pinot Noir: Each year winemakers in the Willamette Valley clamor to get Pinot Noir grapes from the Stermer and Briscoe vineyards. Most are out of luck—but not Richard Sowalsky, our in-house winemaker. He has the track record to assure the farmers that Anthesis—our label dedicated to the best vineyards—does their coveted grapes justice. His 2016 Anthesis earned 90 points from Wine Enthusiast, outscoring many of Oregon’s biggest names. Richard believes this new Pinot is even better.
  • 2016 Le P'tit Paysan Chardonnay: Ian Brand never settles. His 2015 Le P’tit Paysan is one of our most popular wines, but he felt that in 2016 he could craft a Chardonnay with bigger flavors and lower alcohol—much like Chablis, the gold-standard Chardonnay. So Ian divided the grape juice into two lots and made them as separate wines—one to highlight fruit flavors, the other to accentuate minerality—before blending them together. “This,” he says, “is as close as you can get to a Chablis made in America.” Chablis’s winemakers had better raise their game.

WARNING: Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to:

  • We do not accept returns of wine products.
    Your credit card will be charged at time of purchase.
  • Standard shipping takes 1-4 business days from shipment date.
  • Adult signature is required for delivery.
  • Shipping is only available to the following states and is not available to PO Box addresses: Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
  • All wine orders are shipped and sold by Blue Apron Wine, Napa, California (WA Lic. 421437, 423979, 424197; CT Lic. LSW.0001033, LSW.0001144, LSW.0001149).