Let's consider each wine's characteristics but also the intensity of flavors enclosed in the dish you're having, from the most delicate to the most intense. The wines we're suggesting ennance all the aromas without being too overoowering.
Franciacorta and Sushi: a winning combination that will enhance the elegance of this wine and the unique style of Japanese preparation.
Prosecco Rosé and Sushi: just by looking at the color, it reminds us of Japanese cherry blossoms, but of course that's not all it comes down to. It's a refreshing wine with an enveloping perlage, and it doesn't overpower the precious aromas of Japanese cuisine. If anything, it enhances them.
Pinot Noir and Sushi: a young Pinot Noir like AMBO Nero with a light body and few tannins. It's the perfect pairing for those who don't want to give up red wine.
Lugana and Sushi: an elegant white wine with fruity and floral notes and a nice minerality; it pairs perfectly with raw fish.