We cooked up a tasty spring menu for eight happy people—and included the tips and game plan to pull it all together in 60 minutes.
- Light & White: Try the zippy Kung-fu Girl Riesling by Charles Smith (2010 Washington State, $13).
- Pinky! Keep it simple with a lip-smacker like the Bethel Heights Pinot Noir Rosé (2009 Willamette Valley, Oregon, $22).
- Red Delicious: Dark fruit and spice make the Sanford Pinot Noir (2007 Santa Rita Hills, California, $43) a delightful match. —Alexander Spacher