by The Winefathers
23/JUN/2017 in Wines
Who said that in the summer you should drink beer only? Be ready for a great summer full of sun, sea and wine!
Every occasion has its own wine and you can enjoy a good glass even in the hot summer months.
Like an explorer, you only need a bit of curiosity and initiative.
Here are our fresh and dynamic proposals for an aperitif with friends, a summer lunch or a gourmet dinner. Everything is The Winefathers’ certified: quality and passion come from our winemakers.
MONTE DEL GRANO (Rio Maggio)
Perfect for an open-air aperitif between friends with olives, mozzarella di bufala, burrata and grilled vegetables. Delicious and delicately scented. Simple and enjoyable. Trebbiano, Pecorino and Passerina together: let’s discover a different taste.
BI FRI (Podere il Saliceto)
Directly from Emilia Romagna this happy encounter between Sauvignon and Trebbiano served fresh but not frozen can give us great satisfaction paired with bread with fresh goat cheese or with a good bruschetta al pomodoro. Easy, drinkable and sparkling: you start with a glass, then comes another one, and so on, and so on...
ZOE (Tenute Pacelli)
Here's how to make a nice toast! From an aromatic and fragrant vine, a bubbly version, surprising and fulfilling. Serve it cold, directly from the fridge, with a nice sea fruit risotto, lobster linguine, octopus and potatoes salad or crustaceans in general. And you’d rather try it with sea urchins just fished.
FRIULANO (La Cricca)
Oh, what a wine! Let’s toast with this structured but easy wine, round and adaptable to many dishes, scented and pleasing. Appetizers, soups, risotto, white meats and even medium-seasoned cheese, great for a meal and enjoyable as an aperitif. Mozzarelle in carrozza and olives we wait for you!
IS ARAUS (Vini Evaristiano)
In this summer post the Vermentino di Sardegna from Vini Evaristano can’t miss. Sapid, soft, intense and very pleasant. Structured. Serve it with a caciucco and bread but also with pesce in guazzetto.
Enjoy the summer!!
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