Author: Manoli

A delicious cheese that contains the smell and the taste of the mountains The Fontina DOP is a soft, semi-cooked and soft fat cheese of Valdostana origin. Very useful in the kitchen especially for the characteristic to blend very well from 60 °. It is a tasty Italian cheese which in 1995 was recognized as […]

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The mountain butter is one of the most typical specialties of our mountains and is produced in all the circles of the Alps. Its production is rather limited due to the difficulties of transport and conservation and the growing tendency to consume lighter seasonings but remains a product strongly rooted in local tradition. The stylized […]

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With exquisite cuisine, stunning scenery and a burgeoning cultural scene, the northern Italian region of Piedmont is the world’s number-one region to visit next year, according to Lonely Planet’s annual travel rankings. The world’s biggest guide book publisher named Piedmont its best region to visit in 2019, ahead of the Catskill Mountains in the US, […]

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The Baraggia is a typical area that extends between the Piedmontese provinces of Biella and Vercelli, a large part of this area is cultivated with rice. Let’s now chop what are the qualities of rice that are found. Hereby the DOP qualities of rice: Carnaroli From the big and pearly grain, Carnaroli is considered the […]

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The “Caluso Passito” DOC is the most typical wine of north west Piedmont area. The fame of this “enological gem of green Canavese” is the result of the scrupulous and passionate application, handed down and refined over the centuries, of the drying of Erbaluce grapes on wooden mats. With it starting from four quintals of […]

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