Prosecco Doc Rosé Ponte1948, a toast to good fortune.
Compared to Christmas, the New Year’s Eve menu leaves a little more room for creativity, even if very often fish dishes triumph on the table, pleasing more or less everyone. The real feat lies in the addition of the classic cotechino and lentils, which are said to be a good omen. To solve the problem, Ponte1948 consecrates a new good luck charm: Prosecco Doc Rosé Millesimato Brut, perfect throughout the meal and to toast a new year, ça va sans dire, pink.
Enveloping, sinuous, it is ideal as an aperitif paired with shellfish and fish starters in general, superb with sushi and sashimi. Speaking of first courses, it goes wonderfully with pasta with shellfish, pesto or vegetables, light risottos in the Mediterranean tradition, and vegetable and fish soups. Moving on to the main courses, it is at its best with the sea, but also with white meats such as chicken and turkey.