Be bold and rejuvenate your spring salad repertoire by adding a generous splash of Pongrácz Rosé Méthode Cap Classique to your dressing. With its beautiful salmon hue and delicate balance between acidity, red berries and soft yeasty tones, Pongrácz Rosé hits all the right notes to elevate a mundane salad into a culinary triumph. It makes a perfect dressing for a salmon salad of young spring leaves, baby herbs and forest berries, so get foraging to find the freshest ingredients for your next al fresco get together, accompanied by ample flutes of Pongracz Rosé of course.

Spring Salmon Salad with Pongrácz Rosé dressing

Serves 4

For the dressing:

180ml (¾ cup) olive oil

60ml (¼ cup) Pongrácz Rosé

10ml (2 t) honey

60ml (¼ cup) pomegranate seeds

Handful of parsley, chopped

Salt and ground black pepper to taste

For the salad:

200g oak smoked salmon ribbons

2 granny smith apples, thinly sliced

100g black berries

8 baby radishes

Handful of edible flowers

Handful of pomegranate seeds

Handful of baby herb leaves


  1. For the dressing; whisk all the ingredients together in a bowl until just combined. Season with salt and ground black pepper.
  2. Combine the apples, black berries, radishes, flowers, baby leaves and pomegranate seeds. Add the salmon and toss gently.
  3. Serve with Pongrácz Rosé dressing.


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