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Sparkling wines to pair with Fish and shellfish

Many types of wine pair well with seafood dishes, but when it comes to hosting a dinner party or if you have been invited to a seafood and shellfish evening, sparkling wines are the perfect pairing. Prosecco pairs perfectly with fish, as the delicate taste of the fish and the round pearling of the sparkling wine combine and enhance both flavours. Discover our wide selection of sparkling wines to pair with fish and shellfish and impress your guests!
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Fish and shellfish

Do sparkling wines pair well with fish? 

For centuries, sparkling wines have generally been associated with parties, aperitifs, or special occasions. Thanks to the expanding range of sparkling wines, with new flavours, textures and terroirs, we have achieved a greater appreciation of the ways these wines can be enjoyed with food. A Metodo Classico spumante is actually a natural pairing and perfect match for fish and shellfish. The delicate meat of the fish and the effervescence of the sparkling wine combine to achieve a balance and at the same time union between the two flavours, leaving a clean sensation in the mouth. 

Franciacorta: perfect with fish and shellfish 

When we talk about Franciacorta, we are not simply talking about a spumante, but about a unique wine whose name alone, known throughout the world, is a byword for quality. Usually Franciacorta is thought of as an aperitif wine, due to its magnificent lightness, freshness and forthright palate. However, this is not the whole truth, as this wine can also perfectly accompany an entire meal. Franciacorta makes a splendid, extremely pleasurable pairing for fish. In fact, the fish to serve alongside a good Franciacorta can be prepared in any variety of ways: grilled, pan-fried or even dressed with sauces. 

Which Ferraris go best with fish? 

The result of Giulio Ferrari’s intuition was born in the heart of the mountainous areas of Trentino. Since its origins, the winery that bears his name has been committed to achieving excellence in Italian spumante production. But what are the best ways to pair Ferrari with fish? A Trento Brut Riserva Perlè Rosé is the perfect wine not only for a romantic dinner, but also to accompany a light, delicate, delicious fish-based meal or fried seafood. As an alternative, a Trento Brut Perlé will be a extremely pleasant surprise if uncorked during an aperitif with friends. This wonderful wine is ideal for a spumante-fish pairing, but also goes very well with a platter of cured meats

What is the best spumante to pair with fish? 

There are many excellent wines that enhance the delicious taste in particular of pasta and risottos based on seafood, fish, prawns, lobsters, crabs and shellfish. Sparkling wines, such as Prosecco, always go very well with fish appetizers. Pairing Prosecco with fish is an excellent way to enhance its flavours and make complex baked fish dishes even tastier. Furthermore, other great fish pairings for spumante include pasta dishes such as spaghetti with clams, a classic of Italian cuisine, or even risotto with prawns