Food Suggestions

The following dishes go well with Corse-Calvi Rouge Cuvée Fiumeseccu, Domaine Alzipratu 2017 (FC34901)

Avocado with Prawns

Avocado with Prawns

This retro classic calls for light dry wines such as Muscadet or sauvignon from the Loire or New Zealand or South Africa. Dry sauvignon-semillon blends would work well as would Italian pinot grigio.
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Charcuterie

Charcuterie

Almost anything goes, though whites with high acidity (to cut through the fat) and vibrant, juicy reds work best.
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Cooked Meats

Cooked Meats

The simplicity of plainly cooked unadorned cooked meat shows off wine to its full advantage. Whites and reds work equally well. Think about what you may serve as an accompaniment when making your selection.
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Game Pâté

Game Pâté

The sturdy reds of France’s south-west are ideal partners, but youthful reds from the syrah grape or fruity Provencal-style bottles would work equally well.
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Anchovies

Anchovies

Go better with red, try sturdy Portuguese or a Southern French wine. Some say that wine from Collioure is the perfect match.
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Chicken Tagine

Chicken Tagine

This wonderfully aromatic north African dish calls for spicy, full-flavoured reds. A Moroccan red would be ideal, of course, otherwise something from Lebanon would strike the right balance or choose a young Spanish red or new-world shiraz.
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Cold Meats

Cold Meats

The simplicity of plainly cooked, unadorned cooked meat shows off wine to its full advantage. Whites and reds work equally well. Think about what you may serve as an accompaniment when making your selection.
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Grouse with Bruschetta

Grouse with Bruschetta

This recipe from The River Café calls for a seductive sangiovese, preferably with some bottle age. A Supertuscans would probably be a bit too heavy for the dish.
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Pizza

Pizza

Young Italian reds such as Chianti, Valpolicella, Montepulciano or Barbera are the obvious candidates, or try something equally characterful from the Languedoc or Provence. Match your wine with the strongest-flavoured topping.
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Lentil Lasagne

Lentil Lasagne

Regional pairings are always a wise fall-back option and Italian reds would work just as well here as they would for the non-veggie version. The Argentineans, with their large ex-pat Italian population, also make wine to marry well with dishes from the homeland.
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