The vine in Italy has been cultivated since the second millennium BC and there is no Italian region that does not have its vineyards. From north to south, in the hills, in the plains, in the mountains, even on the smallest islands, the vine grows luxuriantly.
Here, from north to south, is the list of the 5 most famous grape varieties in Italy
From North to South Italy everyone has eaten and prepared, at least once in their life, lasagne on Sunday for lunch with the whole family.
But, as with many other dishes of the Italian culinary tradition, lasagna also has an origin with many question marks that have contributed to improving this Italian excellence.
Like any dish and recipe, it is right to start from the origins of the latter and therefore the question is:
Where are lasagne born?
In the two previous blogs, we have analyzed two objective data that indicate two characteristics that a good extra virgin olive oil must necessarily have, that is, a price appropriate to the type of product and an acidity rate as low as possible.
In this blog, we will instead find out what are the organoleptic qualities that we must look for in an extra virgin olive oil.
In the previous article we talked about bubble wines - spumante - we continue our journey by talking about particular types of wines that, thanks to the maturation process or the extreme climatic conditions or through the addition of other ingredients, take on very particular characteristics and flavors that lend themselves to being served in particular circumstances. We are talking about: raisin wines, ice wines, mold wines, fortified wines, and flavored wines.
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