America's Italian darling, pinot grigio, is a good match for this dish. However, an Italian Soave with a bit more body and
plenty of acidity is also a great pick.
Folonari Soave 2008 (Italy, $10) Peach and floral aromas. Finishes clean and crisp (pictured)
Santi Soave Classico Vigneti di Monteforte 2008 (Italy, $15) Bright and lively with citrus and a dried herb finish
SPLURGE: Inama Soave Classico 2007 (Italy, $18) Creamy body carries peach, lemon, and almond flavors.
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