Choose your japanase food
Ever thought about pairing Japanese food with wines? We thoroughly thought and researched about it and with the help of Italian sommelier Chiara Bassi, some Japanese chefs and the Italian wine makers we have been working with for a long time,we tried pairing some of our wines with common Japanese food.
These suggestions are just a little help for someone who want to eat Japanese food and enjoy a nice bottle of Italian wine and hopefully give some idea to explore and experiment even more pairings.
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The subtle complexity of sushi flavor can naturally pair with sparkling wine or a still white wine. Wine can be a delicious alternative to sake or beer.
It doesn`t matter if you prefer sparkling, white or red wine. You can always find a fine pairing to enjoy with your fried food.
Nabe is warming and is shared with your family or friend. So why not also share a nice bottle of Italian wine? A still white or red wine can be a perfect pairing.
Grilling is used everywhere in the world for cooking and you can perfectly match your favorite Japanese grilled food with Italian wines. Both red and white wines can really pair well.
With Ramen beer is the king, we know it, but if you want to drink some wine you could try a bright and simple red or rose` to complement the full flavor of the broth or you could counterpoint it with the acidity of a crispy white wine.
Japanese curry and Italian red wine? An explosion of flavors!
Soba & Udon
A light- to medium-bodied red wine that won`t cover the flavors of your noodles will pair elegantly well.
Matching wine with Chinese food can be somewhat complicateddue to the vastness of the country and very different cooking style. But the most common Chinese food enjoyed daily in Japan can pair well with Italian wines. Or incredibly well if you choose a “Barbera”!