Drusian Sui Lieviti pairs well with aged cheese, salami, or traditional dishes from Venetian cuisine, such as “baccalà” (salted codfish) or “sarde in saôr” (sardines in a sweet and sour sauce). Thanks to its dry and fresh palate, Drusian Sui Lieviti is also recommended with a typical dish coming from Asia: a fish or vegetable tempura, to be served hot and crunchy!
For further information about Sui Lieviti, read more on drusian.it/collezione mete eccelse
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