Planning a dinner party? Spaghetti allo scoglio, sea vibes, and Candoni Pinot Grigio Doc., what more could you wish for?
Inviting a few family members over for dinner? Cooking something special for your beloved?
Looking for a tasty and delicious seafood pasta recipe?
Spaghetti allo Scoglio is a classic of Mediterranean cuisine that gives your palate a unique tasting experience.
Despite its delicious taste and presentation, this recipe is simple and easy to prepare and brings with it a unique atmosphere. Charming seaside villages, the magic of docks, the lights of boats at nighttime, fishing crews coming back to the harbor at dawn: this is the charm of the Italian Mediterranean coasts. What’s better than eating a plate of fresh seafood overlooking the Mediterranean water?
In fact, have you ever wondered why pasta with seafood is a dish so sought after and loved by everyone? Because it brings with it all the scents and flavors of the sea and of the Italian culinary tradition. In our family, there are only a few things that we enjoy more than sharing our love and passion for wine. It’s to research and teach how to pair it with Italian traditional food loved around the world. Learning how to properly pair Italian wines with Italian food is not just a skill, it’s an art.
Try our Spaghetti allo scolgio, easy to prepare, and serve them with a glass of Candoni Pinot Grigio Doc.
Spaghetti allo Scoglio are a mix of unique aromas and flavors, the ideal first course for fish dinners with your beloved or with friends. Wondering which wine to pair?
The delicate texture and slightly salty and fishy flavors of the clams require an equally structured and balanced wine. With its rich and aromatic taste, Candoni Pinot Grigio goes perfectly with the aromas of fresh fish! Candoni Pinot Grigio is crisp, well-structured and sophisticated. It has a rich, pear-like nose, which is followed by crisp acidity, a medium body with a delicious mouthfeel.
5 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
3 garlic cloves, finely chopped
2 ¼ lb mixed shellfish such as clams, mussels, scallops, etc.,
including shells, washed and cleaned
Salt and freshly ground pepper
1 large wineglass (around 1 cup) of Candoni Pinot Grigio
2 tablespoons tomato paste
1 lb spaghetti
3 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
And here’s our little tip:
Remember that the secret to a good seafood dish is to make the sauce with the freshest fish, well cleaned and washed. 🙂
Let yourself be carried away by this unique mix of delicate flavors and aromas!
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