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Wine Pairing


Bresaola is an Italian beef from the alpine valley Valtellina.

Wine Pairing

Our Best Wine Pairing Suggestions:

Verdicchio (Italy)
Barbera (Italy)
Lambrusco (Italy)

Other Excellent Alternatives:

Prosecco (Italy)
Any Champagne Method
Cava (Spain)
Sekt (Germany)


Bresaola is an Italian beef originally derived from Valtellina, an alpine valley in Lombardy.

The beef is salted and air dried in cool mountain caves.

The meat is incredibly juicy, melts on the tongue, and has a nice balance between salt and sweetness.

Bresaola works well with a Italian Prosecco, full-bodied whites, dry rosés, or light reds. A dry Italian Lambrusco works great as well.

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