Pizza really took hold as a point of culinary interest in Naples, where over the early history of this food, tourists from the surrounding area would visit outdoor pizza stands and munch on this early foodie phenomenon. However, like most delicious things, the pizza slowly migrated and today is one of the most ubiquitous foods on the planet.
In the modern world of tartare – from beef to tuna, and from salmon to bison – there are an increasing number of tasty raw meat and fish vehicles delivering bigger and bolder flavours than ever. And how can this be anything but exciting delicious news for us wine lovers? Tartare is a wonderfully delicate dish that offers up rich, unctuous and complex flavours with which to match wines of equal distinction.