Porchetta – the street food of Central Italy. The wine pairing is all about the Porchetta spices and the condiments of choice. But the wines of Central Italy remain your best options. Mangia!
Farm-raised Venison Tenderloin – the healthier red meat – is a game-changer. No guilt. Serve it with Green Peppercorn Sauce and Sicily’s noble red wine, Nero d’Avola.
You’ve been grilling steaks for years. But you’ve probably never grilled like this blog post suggests. I posit that this will be your new way to grill Rib-Eye! Check it out.
Just finished reading a book titled The World of Sicilian Wine. The Island is a treasure trove of unique wines and native ingredients to make for really interesting wine and food pairings.
A hardy Minestrone can pair nicely with a number of Italian reds. But we thought this Veronese blend from Antinori struck the right chord.