Fiano di Avellino and this retro sauce recipe make music together when paired with grilled Salmon. Check it out.
Everyone seems to enjoy Leek and Potato Soup: hearty and soulful, but with a subdued flavor profile. As such, it calls for a wine pairing that’s contrasting in style. Select Cali Chardonnays and White Burgundies deliver on that.
Salade Niçoise – the Provençal salad of tuna, egg, potatoes and haricots verts. Surprisingly, the salad pairs with a number of varietals, but not without some cautions. Check it out.
Franciacorta, Italy’s great sparkling wine, is a versatile pairing partner. Especially when it is enjoyed in its backyard – the shores of beautiful Lake Como!
With dominant flavors such as anchovy, garlic and capers in this killer sauce, what’s the right pairing: Pinot Gris, Verdicchio or Chardonnay??? Tune in.
Chicken Cacciatore – food for the soul! Some recommend pairing it with Sangiovese; others opt for a spicy, fruity white like Gewurztraminer. I tested those, but then found a superior option.
Hangover Pasta: Egg, Cheese, Bacon and Pasta! Hats off to the menu writer that crafted a name that would be irresistable to the American diner. How do I know it would be irresistable? This post gets more hits than any other on my blog!
Some outstanding wines are now coming from Campania – both whites and reds. Nothing better illustrates than the food-friendly Fiano di Avellino – a terrific pairing partner with seared sesame tuna.