Located in the centre of the country, Emilia-Romagna could lay claim to the food capital of not only Italy but possibly the world. It is famous for its cheeses (Parmagiano Regianno and Grana Padano), cured meats (proscuito di Parma, mortadella, pancetta and cotechino) and balsamic vinegar. Not to mention its contribution to car racing (Ferrari, Lambourghini and Maserati). Pasta is a favorite food in the region, and most areas consider tagliatelle their favorite shape. It is often served with a bolognese meat sauce. In Bologna they also serve lasagne verdi, a layered pasta dish made with spinach flavored pasta sheets, meat ragout and béchamel, while Parma is famous for serving tagliatelle with a sauce made with browned chicken livers, beaten egg yolks and grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese.

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    Villa di Corlo Corleto Lambrusco Grasp. di Cast. 2019

    Grasparossa (“red leaves”) refers to both the appellation (in the hills of Modena) and to the clone of Lambrusco. Foamy purple with real wine tannins, this is the classic Lambrusco. It has a slight sweetness, with a welcome acidity that makes it delightfully refreshing. The structure and wild-fruit-earthiness make this perfect for game, roasted meats and salumi.



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