A flavorful and light seafood dish that encompasses all the fragrance of the sea: sea bass all’acqua pazza. With its white wine, cherry tomatoes, capers and olives, it’s a perfect recipe to serve for any special dinner. But which wines pair with sea bass? Here is the advice of the Sensorial Wine Analyst Luca Maroni.
Sea Bass all’Acqua Pazza with a Falanghina
Falanghina Enzo Rillo La Fortezza
“The sharpness of the aromas, the smoothness of the flavors, the sunshine and concentration of the colors in a glass of La Fortezza substantiates its truly great vitoenological merit. The La Fortezza Falanghina, flaunts a grapey and floral fruit of crystalline and stainless expressive clarity.”
Sea Bass all’Acqua Pazza with a Soave
Soave Sereole Bertani
“Dense and full of glycerin structure, the fruit of Bertani’s Soave Sereole flaunts a softness that combines rigorous viticulture with excellent transformative enological purity.”
The second wine to pair with the Sea Bass all’Acqua Pazza has an intense straw color, a persuasive nose, rich with fruity notes of citrus and white flowers. On the palate it is enveloping and complex, with a slight mineral note.
Sea Bass all’Acqua Pazza with a Greco di Tuffo
Greco di Tufo Novaserra Mastroberardino
“Of splendid analytical and sensory value is Mastroberardino’s selection of wines. A Greco di Tufo Novaserra that expresses of the variety its pulpy, majestic melon extractive at the pinnacles of maturity and expressive juiciness.”
The third wine indicated by Luca Maroni for pairing with the Sea Bass all’Acqua Pazza has an intense straw yellow color. On the nose, there are characters of apricot, pear, apple, peach, citrus, green almond, with notes of sage and mineral hints. Excellent acidity and sensations reminiscent of ripe fruits are appreciated in the palate. It displays great structure and pronounced sapidity.