You may not think “white wine” and “cherry” is a great combo. As in, “what's this cherry doing in the middle of my Pinot Grigio? I didn't order sangria!” But this is cooking, not drinking, and white wine and cherry make for a delicious combination. Thie mix of sweet and slight acid matches the tender chicken perfectly. And for buttery notes, put down that glass of chardonnay, and add actual butter. Drinks are lovely, but dinner is better. Tip: if you're looking for the right texture for the sauce, dip a spoon in and see how well it sticks to the back. If it coats, you're good to go.