Paella is a Spanish rice dish from Valencia.
The traditional Paella contains meat and vegetables.
Seafood Paella contains seafood and omits green vegetables.
Paella is a Rich Dish. It should be paired with a wine that complement all the flavours of Fish, Shellfish, Rice, Spices, and Vegetables.
Our best suggestion is a Quality Rosé.
A good Quality Sparkling will also do the job.
A nice general rule is: What grows together, goes together:
Spanish Wines, go best with Spanish Paella de Marisco.
Italian Wines, go best with Italian Paella di Pesce.
French Wines, go best with French Paella au Fruits de Mer.
The high content of iron in red wines is responsible for the unpleasant Metallic Taste and Fishy Aftertaste.
Even worse if lemon and citrus are presents.
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