Wine and food pairing with recipes of Artichoke bottoms, shrimps in sauce

Find the best food and wine pairings with a recipe of Artichoke bottoms, shrimps in sauce. The ingredients in this recipe are usually butter, fresh cream, lemon, parsley, cognac, shrimp, artichoke, chives.

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