The dish: Oyster Bay Little Neck Clams Oreganata with garlic, shallots, olive oil, lemon and toasted breadcrumbs; $11 The wine: 2012 Barone di Valforte Pecorino Colli Aprutini, Abruzzo, Italy; $12 per glass, $48 per bottle. Grape varietal: Pecorino The pairing: The bright acidity in the Pecorino lends itself perfectly to the lemon and garlic sauce the clams are prepared in, while the toasted breadcrumb and sweetness of the clam compliment the wine’s minerality. Wine tasting notes: The ...

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