Risotto, a classic Italian favorite known for its creamy texture, is made even more delightful with the addition of crisp, fresh spring vegetables such as asparagus, peas, zucchini, arichokes and tomatoes.

Risotto Primavera is a perfect blend of the comforting arborio rice with the fresh, vibrant flavors of the season’s produce and the richness of the Parmesan cheese.

It can be served as a vegetarian main dish but you can also halve the recipe and portion to serve as a side dish with fish, chicken breastseafood, and more.

The pairing of a dry white wine with a spring risotto is a perfect union that enhances the delicate and fresh flavors of the season. The dry white wine, with its acidity and freshness, marries perfectly with the creaminess of the risotto and the typical spring ingredients.

For a spring risotto, rich in seasonal vegetables like peas, asparagus, and zucchini, it is advisable to opt for a white wine made from aromatic grapes such as Sauvignon Blanc or Vermentino.

These wines, with their herbal and citrus notes, harmonize beautifully with the vegetables and give the dish a unique aromatic balance. The freshness and liveliness of the dry white wine contrast harmoniously with the creaminess of the risotto, creating a taste balance that delights the palate.

Furthermore, the wine's light acidity helps cleanse the palate between bites, allowing you to fully appreciate the complex flavors of the dish.

Serving temperature of the dry white wine, typically around 10-12°C, helps to enhance the sensory characteristics of the spring risotto, providing a refined and satisfying gastronomic experience.