Sitting at the crossroads of cultures, San Antonio benefits from the collision of Hispanic, Southwest, Cajun, German and Italian flavors. Nearly every summer grilling gathering in the South Texas and the Hill Country will include a version of at least one of these dishes.

San Antonio Layered Dip

Mexican Seafood Cocktail

Coastal Coleslaw

“Worst” Cream Corn

Southwest Magic Beans

Peach Pico de Gallo or Mango Pico de Gallo

Cesar’s Sangria

Suggested Wines:


As vivacious as Doris Day, these wines may be sparkling, white or rosé, but are always on the lighter and brighter end of the spectrum and never feature oaky flavors. These tangy wines of refreshment make ideal aperitifs and are remarkably versatile food partners.

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As voluptuous as Marilyn Monroe, these heavier whites are richer in texture, thanks to riper fruit and most also feature the added flavor complexity of new oak. Almost all of these opulent wines are quite dry and fermented in oak barrels, but a handful are lusciously- sweet late-harvested dessert wines.

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