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Split Pea Soup
(Yellow Pea Soup)

Yellow Pea Soup

The Split Pea Soup was invented by French settlers in Canada.

It is also called "French-Canadian Pea Soup".

Pairing Suggestions

Chardonnay (France)
Marsanne (France)
Soave (Italy)
Grüner Veltliner (Austria)
Sémillon (France)
Garnacha Blanca (Spain)

Red Wine Suggestions

Red Burgundy (France)
Merlot (France)

Other Excellent Alternatives

Rosé (World)
Champagne (France)
Cava (Spain)

Description

Split Pea Soup is creamy. Creamy soups pair best with white wines with some body.

Smokey flavors also pair well with Split Pea Soup.

Our best pairing suggestion is a partially oaked Chardonnay.

If you prefer red wine, go for someting light, or solve the dilemma with a dry Rosé.

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