Pairing Wines with Sicilian Swordfish Rolls

A delicious traditional summer seafood dish from Sicily: swordfish rolls – prepared with thinly sliced swordfish stuffed with a yummy filling of capers, olives, breadcrumbs and tomatoes, or, in some variations of the recipe, pecorino cheese, and pine nuts – are a typical warm-weather recipe found on the island. Discover which wine pairing makes the ideal mate for this beautifully genuine recipe. Here’s what Sensorial Wine Analyst Luca Maroni recommends.

Swordfish Rolls with a Pinot Grigio

Venustas Pinot Grigio Tenuta Romana

” Wines by Tenuta Romana are pure pleasantness. bearing the hallmark of the fruit of great density, great softness, and stainless with a precise olfactory clarity. Venustas Pinot Grigio Doc stands out for its roundness and complexity of taste: persuasiveness and acid fragrance fused beautifully.”

“Venustas,” from the Latin for “beauty,” especially feminine, in which the harmony of proportions, accompanied by ineffable grace, inspires a sense of ideal perfection. Tenuta Romana’s signature Pinot Grigio is pale straw yellow in color, with characteristic notes of pear, apple and lemon. Soft on the palate, it is characterized by a good freshness and a pleasant fruity presence. Tenuta Romana

Pairing Wines with Sicilian Swordfish Rolls

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