Pairing Spaghetti Carbonara

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I do love Spaghetti Carbonara ! And I do love wines,Obviously !!!!!

I love this recipe cause it’s easy to make, delicious and it’s done very very fast which is perfect when you come back from a hard day at work or you’re just not in the mood for something too complicated !

Basically, for those who don’t know this recipe , it’s pasta, slab bacon, and a sauce made with creme fraiche and eggs . Check the recipe here 😉

There is the list of red wines which are pairing this delicious recipe perfectly …

A Chianti such as Bartenura cause it displays a fruity bouquet of cherries and fresh red fruit entwined with spicy, peppery notes. This wine is lively and fresh on the palate, with soft, rounded tannins followed by a long finish.

A Pinot Grigio such as Herzog Pinot Grigio cause it has a perfect balance, of acidity and incredible aromas, it has wonderful perfume notes on the nose, followed by ripe pear, apple and tropical fruit notes, light in body, with a clean and elegant finish, this wine is perfect for summer time, sipping, or as an accompaniment to cheese plates or light pasta dishes, serve chilled.

A Barbera such as Galil Barbera cause it opens with a quiet nose but going on to reveal a generous array of berries, black cherries, purple plums and spring flowers. Tannins and oak rise along with a hint of bitter almonds on the finish, so give this one a bit of time for its elements to come together.

A Pinot Noir such as Borgo Reale Pinot Noir cause the color is an intense red, but it is on the nose that the uniqueness of this wine comes out. You can feel sweet notes of berries and cassis, yet a warm sensation. The palate is elegant, harmonious and well structured. Essential for special occasions and to be enjoyed on its own.

A Petit Syrah such as Barkan Classic Petite Syrah cause it’s a lighter-styled Petite Syrah is a fantastic value. It features bright plum and berry flavors as well as classic aromas of black pepper and forest floor.

Buon Appetito

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