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A WHITE WINE FOR LOW-KEY TIMES.
Sitral is an easy-drinking white wine made from two grapes: Chardonnay and Trebbiano. Trebbiano, the lesser-known of the two, is actually quite popular among the locals of Northern Italy, where Sitral might be served alongside ricotta-stuffed tortellini doused in balsamic. Chardonnay offers a complex profile of peach, mango, and even melon that rounds this blend out, making it the perfect wine to pair with low-key hangs with friends.
WINE FROM THE LAND OF CHEESE.
The northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna is not only known for making refreshing local white wine, but also for the most famous cheese in the world: parmesan. The town of Parma produces Parmigiano-Reggiano, but this region is also known for swoon-worthy Proscuitto di Parma and barrel-aged balsamic vinegar. Along the Po River, markets sell the fresh catch of the day that never fails to pair with the purity of fruit and tart acidity that the local white wines like Sitral deliver.
GET A LITTLE CHEESY.
It’s pretty easy to pair Sitral with food, just follow the golden rule: make it cheesy. Anything and everything cheese will work but especially the cheeses that Italy is known for: parmesan, mozzarella, and ricotta. Our favorites are ricotta-stuffed tortellini, white pizza with pesto sauce, crab cakes, and spinach-artichoke dip.