Howdy, wine drinker.
I’m Jacob from I Want You to Drink More Wine.
Today, I’ll be sharing an honest wine review, and suggesting a pairing that complements this wine perfectly.
Today, we’re going to be pairing a nice Italian wine and some ravioli.
Let’s go ahead, and check out our wine.
Michele Chiarlo Barbaresco Reyna 2012
I’ve got a Michelle Chiarlo Barbaresco 2012.
I’m looking forward to trying this deliciousness because we have not paired a Barbaresco yet.
So let’s go, ahead and check out our pairing.
Cyn’s Wild Mushroom Ravioli
Homemade wild mushroom raviolis by, you guessed it, Katie the chef, who loves to make homemade food.
She is so awesome at it.
She probably wants to leave me because we do this, but she is the best, and I’m so excited.
Let’s give it a try.
We’ve got olive oil, Parmesan, and a whole bunch of mushrooms in here.
Let’s give it a ring.
Homemade pasta, we have white mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, every type of mushroom you can think of is in this mix in the filling for the ravioli with a little bit of olive oil and Parmesan on there.
I feel it, but it’s nice and delicious with that mushroom.
And this wine is so phenomenal, I can’t stop drinking it. Hurry up, and get that recipe for the ravioli, sins wild mushroom, but yours can be store bought.
Get the recipe right there, and if you’re going to get this delicious Michelle Chiarlo Barbaresco Reyna 2012, this is 3.9 on Vivino.
Average price $39.49, and it looks like you can get it at Get Wine Online.
They actually have it for a little less, $38.99.
Pick it up, try this homemade pasta ravioli with tons of mushroom.
If you love mushroom, you’re going to love this dish.
And until our next video, take care.