Seafood Linguine + Chardonnay

This blog post is sponsored by Chardonnay Box, all opinions are my own. 

seafood linguineAfter a busy day of work, it’s nice to unwind with a simple homemade meal and a chilled glass of Chardonnay. There is something so satisfying about having wine delivered to your door, it always seems to come at the right time. I’m thrilled to share my experience with Chardonnay Box on the blog today. Chardonnay Box is the perfect way to discover new varieties of Chardonnay this summer.

Each first Wednesday of the month, Chardonnay Box mails out two or three bottles (depending on your preference) to your door. Wine buyers for the subscription box seek out buttery, creamy chardonnay for customers in California, Idaho, New Mexico, Missouri, and Washington DC.

I like to enjoy my chardonnay with a generous serving of seafood linguine alfresco on the patio. A nice chardonnay pairs great with seafood, Keep on scrolling to grab the recipe.

A glass of chardonnay

Chardonnay Box is the only wine subscription that appeals to a specific flavor profile (buttery and creamy), plus you’ll never get the same wine twice (unless you request it). Each box includes tasting notes to help you understand what you’re drinking. Chardonnay Box was started when the CEO realized that he would always receive at least one bottle of wine in each wine club shipment that didn’t appeal to his flavor profile. He wanted a wine club that was specific to the wines that he knows he enjoys.

seafood linguine with a glass of wineUse coupon code trynewchardonnay for 10% off your first shipment of the two bottle box option now through August 2017. seafood pasta and chardonnay

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Seafood Linguine
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A buttery seafood linguine with heirloom tomatoes and fresh basil.
Serves: 6 servings
  • 1 lb linguine
  • 1 lb seafood of your choice
  • 8 TBSP butter
  • ¼ cup diced yellow onion
  • 2 cups diced tomato
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 TBSP fresh basil, chopped
  1. Boil the pasta until it is al dente. Drain the pasta and set aside when finished.
  2. Meanwhile prepare your seafood in another skillet, drain (if necessary) and remove from heat when finished.
  3. Add butter to the pot used for boiling the pasta. Melt over a low heat and add in the onion.
  4. Allow the onion to cook until its translucent. Add in pasta, seafood, tomato, salt, pepper, and basil. Mix and cook over a low eat for a few minutes, then serve.

A nice glass of chardonnay and seafood pasta

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One comment on “Seafood Linguine + Chardonnay
  1. AK says:

    that looks great!!!

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