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Wine Pairing
Spinach Lasagna


Spinach lasagna with Ragù, Parmesan and Béchamel (White Sauce).

With Tomato Sauce

Chianti (Italy)
Sangiovese (Italy)
Montepulciano D´Abruzzo (Italy)
Barbera (Italy)
Zinfandel (USA)

Without Tomato Sauce

Soave (Italy)
Fiano (Italy)
Chardonnay (World)
Oaked White Rioja (Spain)
Torrontes (Argentina)


Tomato sauce calls for a red wine that does not overpower the dish. Chianti and its Sangiovese brothers are the best match.

Creamy white sauce calls for a white wine. Ask yourself what is the dominant taste?

If the green, vegetable taste is dominant, go for an unoaked white.

If the cheese and cream taste is dominant, choose a rich, oaked white.

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Travel and Taste
Practice Makes Perfect
Variety is the Spice of Life

Food and Wine Pairing

Food and wine pairing is highly dependent on both the taste components in the food and the taste components in the wine.

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