There’s a reason New York is considered the food capital of the world. If you want to eat something, we’ve got somewhere that makes it. Dishes and cuisines from all over the globe are proffered on every corner, opening up the horizons of millions of people every day.
But if you ask any New Yorker what it is we do best, there is only one answer: pizza.
Saucy, cheesy, salty, meant to eat right out of the oven so the crust makes that cracking sound and the cheese pulls in a long string from the slice to your mouth, delicious toppings evenly distributed over the giant slice that you fold in half while you eat. Honestly, is there anything better?
Many of us think of pizza and we picture that dollar slice hurriedly eaten on the corner of the street in those spare few minutes we have to catch our breath during our busy days. Chances are you’re not going to drink wine during those moments but what about the times you get to sit down at one of our innumerable Italian restaurants and enjoy a truly handcrafted pie? One with fresh and local toppings, maybe it was woodfired if you’re lucky. In those times, you should enjoy a perfectly paired glass (or two) of wine with your perfect New York slice, so we’ve created a little guide to help you with your choice.
Vegetable: Unoaked Chardonnay
What’s better than great wine and artisanal pizza?
The New York Times described Ridge Monte Bello as “America’s greatest Cabernet Sauvignon.”
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