Enjoy Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi Tuscan wines with these food pairings.
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Castello di Nipozzano Estate Wines
Nipozzano Chianti Rufina Riserva
Couple with barbequed meat, beef stews and aged cheeses.
Couple with roast or grilled lamb, game bird (pheasant), and pan-fried beef.
Pair with savory cheeses, main courses or lamb, pork, kid (either baked or stewed), as well as beef stracotto.
Couple with full-flavored dishes such as meat-sauced pappardelle, roast chicken, sauteed beef with vegetables, and medium-aged cheeses.
Tenuta di Castiglioni
Pair with game such as hare and boar, roasted or saut? beef, roast pork, and full-flavored cheeses.
Couple with a wide range or meat dishes, especially stuffed poultry or rabbit, sauteed chicken, and full-flavored cheeses.
Try alongside frittata and quiche stuffed with asparagus or artichokes, cold dishes like seafood or potato salads, or pasta timbales with vegetables sauces.
Castello di Pomino Estate Wines
Couple with vegetables soups, cream sauces with pasta (no tomato), cold meat salads with mayonnaise, seafood antipasti, and main courses featuring delicately flavored fish.
Couple with roasted lamb, grilled pork ribs, or aged cheeses.
Pomino Benefizio Pair with a meal that begins with any fish and continues with veal or poultry. Or serve with liver terrine (served a bit warmer than usual) ravioli with vegetables, seafood or roast saddle of rabbit.
Pomino Vendemmia Tardiva
Pair with liver mousse and pate, or herbed cheeses and hazelnut biscuits or cookies.
A sipping wine, pair it with nuts and a wide range of sweets and desserts. Best served in a large stemmed crystal.
CastelGiocondo Estate Wines
Pair with end of dinner sweets, such as panforte, as well as beef stews, braised meats with potatoes, large game such as boar, and cheeses that are aged but no too pungent.
Campo ai Sassi
Couple with grilled sausages, as well as steaks, such as bistecca alla fiorentina, or spicy cured meat specialties such as traditional zampone or cotechino.
Pair with slow cooked dishes such as pot roasts marinated in the same wine, mushroom enriched stews, or beef fillet, as well as medium aged cheeses.
Grappa di Brunello
Pair with bitter chocolate – best served at the end of a meal.
Couple with hearty vegetable soups with either beans or chickpeas, sauteed meats, roast chicken, or traditional fish stew.