Yesterday was Superbowl Sunday and we were looking for the perfect game day treat and this baked Fontina did not disappoint!
With the crunchy baguette, the flavorful Fontina, and pop of all the fresh herbs and garlic, this cheesy snack is a new favorite!
Wineparrot suggests you pair it with…
Chardonnay is full, golden and velvety with hints of fruit, nuts, butter, oak, spice or vanilla and have high to medium acidity.
Chardonnay pairs well with poultry dishes, pork, seafood or recipes that have a heavy cream or butter base.
Pinot Grigio tends to be more acidic with less body and possesses a citrus aroma.
Pinot Grigio pairs with light fish dishes, creamy pastas or smoked foods.
Sauvignon Blanc has a light and crisp acidity and will often contain several fruit components.
Sauvignon Blanc when slightly chilled, pairs well with fish or cheese and is also one of the few wines that can pair well with sushi.