Joe Bastianich picks his go-to wines (plus a beer) from Eataly's lists.

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Pasta & Pizza

2007 Brandini Dolcetto D'Alba Sivian

The plump berry and violet in this red are a great all-purpose match for pastas and pizza.

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Meat

2003 Giacomo Borgogno Barolo Liste

Strong tannins and cranberry fruit help the wine pair well with charred meat.

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Vegetable

NV Ferrari Maximum Rosé Sparkling

Light, crisp and floral, this wine is ideal for grilled or steamed vegetables.

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Fish

2009 Fontana-Fredda Gavi del Comune di Gavi

This white has lemon and lime flavors and fennel aromas, good with all kinds of fish.

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Panini

2009 Feudi di San Gregorio Greco di Tufo

The apricot and subtle smoky notes complement the simplicity (or complexity) of any great sandwich.

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Birreria

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

This beer is hearty enough for grilled meat.

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More Wine and Food Tips:

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