What is an osso buco?
Osso Buco is a typical dish of Italian cuisine, it is made of veal or beef marrow bones. The meat is often marinated then braised with vegetables such as celery, carrots and tomatoes. It is a recipe in which white wine and meat broth are added to give flavor and softness to the meat. Osso Buco is usually served over rice, pasta or polenta in the Northern Italy area. It is a very nutritious and well-loved winter dish, often prepared for special occasions such as Christmas parties or family meals. It can also be prepared in advance and reheated to be served later. A typical grandmother's dish, which we like to associate with a good red wine!
What wine to serve with an osso buco?
It is generally recommended to serve a powerful and warm red wine with an Osso Buco, to complement the sweet and savory flavors of the meat and vegetables. We have selected for you 5 red wines that will be perfect to be associated with an Osso Buco:
- Domaine Ledogar - Les Brunelles: A wine of great finesse with fruit, fruit and fruit!
- The wines of Domaine Castell-Reynoard, Bandols worked in biodynamics, full of common sense.
- Syrah Cinsault from the Vindiou estate. A wine produced in the Rhône Valley, very gourmet
- Del Ranq Castle. These are wines produced respecting biodynamics.