Dec 18 2009
I love lasagna, especially when it’s homemade. You can enhance your dining experience by pairing your lasagna with a tasty wine. When trying to pair Lasagna with wine, you need to stick with a red bottle.
With lasagna and pasta, the vino is typically matched up with the sauce. With any kind of red sauces and meat sauces, which lasagna is paired with, you should stick to a hearty red.
Also, any Italian vino will work with lasagna. You can try a Zinfandel or Syrah/Shiraz if you are unfamiliar with which wines are hearty or Italian.
If you have a vegetarian lasagna than the wine is going to be different. If the lasagna is full of vegetables than you will want to stick with a Chardonnay.
However, if the lasagna is more cheese and less vegetables then a Pinot Noir would be a better option than a Chardonnay.
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