In Mexico, guacamole can range from a smooth purée meant for drizzling, to versions chunky with peaches, mangoes and pomegranates. This California-style variation has a few additions you may only find in guac north of the border, but we think you’ll want to return to it again and again.
Published: July 13, 2017
Mash avocados coarsely in bowl. Add remaining ingredients and mix. Salt to taste.
Sauvignon Blanc is always a good choice with guacamole. It possesses enough acidity to power through the rich avocado, along with sympathetic herbal and citrus notes. This Sonoma wine bursts with lemony flavor, while its steely minerality and floral notes mingle seamlessly with California-style guac’s powerful flavors.