Pair Tuna caponata with Rosé or an Oregon Pinot Noir for a perfect al fresco experience
Savvy match: Never underestimate the power of a rosé. Red grapes give the wine a little more body to hold up the tuna, and the bright acidity pairs well with the citrus fennel salad. Try a rosé of Mourvèdre or Pinot Noir with the tuna caponata.
A lighter Oregon Pinot Noir or California white wine such as Sauvignon Blanc can also provide pleasant company for the tuna.
The tuna caponata is a perfect warm-weather dish and, when paired with a nice bottle of chilled rosé, makes for a perfect al fresco dining experience. This dish is healthy and flavor-packed, so it’s a great option to enjoy over and over again.