The man in the produce section at the local market handed me the last of the fresh chanterelles of the season several days ago. Along with some veal steaks cut into cubes, some chicken stock, a little flour, a little butter, some cognac and some sour cream they became a veal and chanterelle stroganoff. Served with some noodles it was pale, and creamy, rich and satisfying, and just plain delicious.
It would have been easy to overwhelm this meal with a big red wine so I opted for a 2012 Cave de Lugny, Macon Lugny, Les Charmes, a modest white burgundy. There was nothing fancy here, just a simple and crisp chardonnay without any pretensions. Tart and lemony with touches of white pepper it made a perfect dance partner for the veal and mushrooms.
The wine and the meal were simple,easy and quite tasty.
2012 Cave de Lugny, Macon Lugny, Les Charmes. 13.5% alcohol and $15.