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Baked Beans Soup

Baced Beans Soup

Baked Beans Soup is hearty and filling.

Pairing Suggestions

Merlot (World)
Shiraz (Australia)
Valpolicella (Italia)
Barbera (Italia)
Chianti Classico (Italia)
Dry Sherry (Amontillado/Oloroso) (Spain)

Other Excellent Alternatives

Champagne (France)
Cava (Spain)
Prosecco (Italy)
Sekt (Germany)


To find the perfect match to your Baked Beans Soup you need to think about the texture and the weight. A hearty soup can stand more robust wines than clear vegetable soups.

Baked Beans Soup is a cold climate, wintry soup and a red wine is what it takes to cut through the starch and warm you up.

Tomato based soups do not like sharp tannins, so look for a red wine with smooth tannins.

Meat based Soups call for Chainti Classico or Dry Sherry.

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