Pairings | Parma
Prosecco is so often drunk on its own that you may not have given much thought to the kind of food you can pair with it but if I had to sum it up in two words it would be ‘party food’
As with most foods, the best wine pairing with pork depends how the pork is cooked, and what it’s served with.
Provence rosé has a particular character. It’s much crisper and drier than most rosés on the market, more like a white wine than a rosé - though within this style there are variations between the lighter, less expensive wines or ‘vins de soif’ and the more structured ones, which the local refer to as ‘vins de gastronomie’.
I’ve always tended to go for Prosecco with Parma ham but last week I found an even better wine pairing - Malvasia.