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Wine Pairing for Napoli Dinner

Philly Ray | Apr 7, 201808:52 AM     8

I’m attending a dinner based around food from Napoli and I can bring a bottle of wine. What’s are some good options (preferably red) with this menu?

I’m not looking to pair with each course because I can’t really carry that much, so one “all-purpose” bottle will be fine. Thanks!

ANTIPASTI

Pizza Fritta e Montanara
Fried Neapolitan pizza stuffed with ricotta, tomato, basil, mozzarella

Sartu
Timballo risotto stuffed with peas and ragu Napoletano

Crocche di Palate
potato croquettes stuffed with smoked mozzarella, speck

Salsicce e Friarielli
Fennel sausage with broccoli rabe

PRIMI

Scialatielli
Ribbon pasta, clams, mussels, shrimp, cherry tomatoes

SECONDO

Baccala alla Napoletano
Cod fish simmered in San Marzano tomatoes, garlic, capers, olives

I DOLCI

Delizia al Limone
Limocello soaked sponge cake, lemon curd, whipped cream, candied basil

Struffoli
Tiny fried pastries, ("honeyballs"), scented with Strega liquor.

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