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Wine Pairing
Grana Padano (Italy)

Grana Padano

The bubbles of Prosecco cut through the saltiness of a Grana Padano.

Our favorite Red pairing is Chianti or a bubbly Lambrusco.

Other Excellent Wines

Fully aged cheeses are often stiffy and hard with a nutty and salty flavor.

Fully aged cheeses needs tannic Red Wines:

Fully aged cheeses needs full bodied White Wines:

Fully aged cheeses pair well with Sparkling Wines:

Fully aged cheeses also pair well with Dessert Wines:

About Grana Padano

Grana Padano is an Italian Cow cheese produced in the Po River area.

Grana Padano is an aged hard cheese similar to Parmigiano (Parmesan).

In Italy it is used for Pasta and Salads. It is also good Alone.

Grana Padano is perfect with anything sweet: Honey, Apple, Pear, Dried Fruit, and Fig.

It also goes very well Cured Meat, Olives, and Nuts.

Go Local

Pairing locally is a great way to learn more about wine and cheese.

Examples:

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