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When dining out in Florence, Italy, you have the opportunity to indulge in the finest offerings of Italian cuisine. As you explore this enchanting city, not only can you feast your eyes on magnificent architectural and artistic works, but you can also savour the flavours of Tuscan cuisine.

Make your culinary journey in Florence even better by pairing delicious local wines that perfectly complement the region's food. Experience a symphony of flavours and aromas that will leave a lasting impression.

Chianti, the renowned wine of Florence, is an exquisite red blend hailing from the picturesque region of Tuscany. This quintessential Italian libation is a culinary staple, harmoniously complementing a range of delectable dishes, including pasta, pizza, and various meat delicacies.

Food and Wine Pairings in Florence

To explore the art of food and wine pairings in Florence in 2024, let's embark on a journey into the realm of exceptional wines that impeccably harmonize with these sophisticated, and luxurious dishes.

Porchetta Natalizia 

A well-loved delicacy, that is prepared by filling pork with a mixture of extra pork mince, chicken livers, and mortadella, making a tasty Italian supreme dish. 

Paired with - 2009 Monteriolo Coppo Chardonnay from the Piedmont region.  This dish call for a wine that can cut through the richness of the ingredients. 

Pesce del lago in Carpione 

Traditionally, a preserved fish that can be enjoyed as an antipasto or a main course. It involves cooking the fish to perfection and marinating it, resulting in a delicious treat served cold.

Paired with - Sireo Bianco Abbazia di Crapolla. This wine goes well with other fish-based dishes. A pale yellow, with notes of lemongrass, citrus peel, and white apple. 

Orecchiette con cime di Rapa 

This delectable dish features a tasty combination of a pleasantly bitter green vegetable and artisanal, ear-shaped pasta known as Orecchiette.

Paired with - a Puglian rosé wine, delicate, fresh and juicy, with hints of wild strawberries and cherry, which are all balanced with a delicate acidity. A superb voice with this famous dish.

Desserts - Amaretti Tiramisu and Panna Cotta

These renowned Italian desserts are known for their gorgeous taste and culinary artistry.

Paired with -  sweet wines, such as Port, Sherry, Tuscan raisin wine, or a sparkling Moscato d'Asti or Lambrusco. As the saying goes, matching sweetness with sweetness!

Food and Wine Tastings, Restaurants and More with

Embark on an extraordinary culinary voyage through our meticulously curated Restaurant Directory for 2024. Each establishment has been thoughtfully chosen to harmoniously combine the true essence of their cuisine with impeccable wines.

Introducing our top esteemed restaurant from our Directory - boasting refined culinary works of art and meticulously selected wine pairings:

Enoteca Pinchiorri (Via Ghibellina, 87, 50122 Firenze FI)

Treat yourself to the extraordinary and unparalleled excellence of a world-renowned, three Michelin-starred restaurant. Complementing the culinary delights is an extensive selection of wonderful wines, carefully chosen to harmonize with each creation. From bold and robust reds to delicate and crisp whites, the wine list exhibits the expertise and passion of their sommeliers.

Whether you're celebrating a momentous occasion or delighting in the exquisite pairing of Italian cuisine and wine, brace yourself for an unforgettable sensory journey that will captivate even the most renowned sommeliers!

Book a Food and Wine Experience in Florence

Enjoy the culinary wonders of food wine pairings in Florence in 2024 with an experience that delivers just that! Can't find what you're looking for? Then let our passionate team offer you their seamless assistance. Connect via our live chat or drop us an email at [email protected]. See our recent blog here for even more information about the latest wines to drink in Florence.

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