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Files and itineraries to discover the local gastronomy

The knowledge, enhancement, and promotion of the local cultures and traditions have always been one of the aims of protected areas. A visit to the river and its territory can also represent an occasion to discover the products of the earth and the skillful processing methods our gastronomy can suggest. Po Piemontese Parks Authority offers in these pages useful information to discover a world of flavors enriching your visit to the protected area, combining the safeguard of nature with the economic agricultural activities to promote the collaboration between the Park Authority and the professional agricultural organizations.

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Restaurant along the river Po near Valentino Castle
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Barbera del Monferrato
A basic vine in the wine making of Piedmont, Barbera is a very versatile wine, with a production going from traditional Barbera wine, to oaky wines, to new red wines... to sparkling wines (spumanti). The grape harvest takes place at the beginning of...
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Canavese Barbera
Definition Canavese Barbera consists of at least the 85% of Barbera grapes. This wine has a more or less intense ruby red color, sometimes with violaceous reflections; a characteristic vinous, slightly fruity scent; a dry, harmonious, and full-bodied...
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Canavese Nebbiolo
Definition Canavese Nebbiolo consists of at least the 85% of Nebbiolo grapes. This wine has a ruby or garnet red color, sometimes with orange reflections; a characteristic, delicate, and slightly floral scent; a dry and full-bodied, slightly tannic taste....
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Canavese Red
Definition Canavese Red wine consists for at least the 60% of grapes coming from Barbera, Bonarda, Freisa, and Neretto vines. It has an intense garnet red color with violaceous reflections; a broad and attractive scent, with flavors of clove, wild berries,...
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Canavese Red New Wine
Definition Canavese Red New Wine is made with at least the 60% of grapes coming from Barbera, Bonarda, Freisa, Neretto vines. Canavese Red New Wine is the wine sold within one year after bottling. Canavese Red Wine has an intense garnet color with yellow-crowned...
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Canavese Rosé
Definition Canavese Rosé is obtained from a mixture with at least 60% of grapes coming from Barbera, Bonarda, Freisa, and Neretto vines. Canavese Rosé has a color going from rosy to light ruby; a delicate, pleasant, winy scent of dry fruit;...
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Canavese White
Definition Canavese White consists of the 100% Erbaluce grapes. It has a straw-yellow color; a characteristic, fruity, intense, and pleasant scent; a dry-harmonious taste. Minimum alcohol content: 10%; minimum total acidity: 5 per mil; net dry extract:...
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Collina Torinese Barbera
Definition Collina Torinese Barbera is a wine which obtained the Controlled Designation of Origin in 1999. It consists of a mixture of grapes of Barbera vines (at least 85%), Freisa, and other grapes. Minimum alcohol content: 10.5°; minimum total...
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Collina Torinese Bonarda
Definition Collina Torinese Bonarda has an alcohol content of 10.5°, acidity of 5 per mil, not very intense ruby red color, intense winey scent, dry and characteristic taste. Collina Torinese Bonarda is prepared with Bonarda vine for at least the...
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Collina Torinese Cari or Pelaverga
Definition A rare red wine produced in Piedmont, Collina Torinese Cari or Pelaverga has an alcohol content of 10°, acidity of 5 per mil, cherry-like color, fragrant smell of the original grapes with an acidulous note tending at cooked cherry; it gives...
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Collina Torinese Malvasia
Definition Collina Torinese Malvasia has an alcohol content of 10°, acidity of 5 per mil, cherry-like red color, fresh and fragrant scent recalling the grapes from which it is obtained and a sweet, slightly aromatic taste. Collina Torinese Malvasia...
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Collina Torinese Red New Wine
Definition Collina Torinese Red New Wine obtained the Controlled Designation of Origin in 1999. It consists of a mixture of grapes from Barbera vines (60-75%), Freisa (25-40%), and other red vines, not aromatic, recommended and/or authorized in the Province...
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Collina Torinese Red Wine
  Definition Collina Torinese Red Wine obtained the Controlled Designation of Origin in 1999. It is made with grapes coming from Barbera vines (60-75%), Freisa (25-40%), and other red vines, not aromatic, recommended and/or authorized in the Province...
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Erbaluce di Caluso
Definition Also simply called Caluso, Erbaluce di Caluso is a wine with the following features: Vine: Erbaluce. Color: straw-yellow. Limpidity: bright. Scent: fine, vinous, and characteristic. Taste: dry, cool, and characteristic. Serve at 8-10°C....
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Erbaluce di Caluso Passito Wine or Caluso Passito Wine
Definition Erbaluce di Caluso Passito Wine or Caluso Passito Wine is obtained with dried Erbaluce grapes. It is a luxury wine having the following features: Vine: Erbaluce. Color: from golden yellow to dark amber. Limpidity: bright. Scent: ethereal,...
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Erbaluce di Caluso Spumante or Caluso Spumante
Definition Erbaluce di Caluso Spumante is a sparkling wine with the following features: Vine: Erbaluce. Color: pale straw-yellow. Light and evanescent froth. Fine and persistent perlage. Limpidity: bright. Scent: delicate, characteristic. Taste: dry,...
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Freisa
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Gabiano
If wine making is pure, Freisa gives a sweet wine, with a rather light garnet red color, becoming orange when it ages. However, Freisa grapes - with tapered and black-bluish bunches during the October grape harvest - are more often used in combination...
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Grignolino del Monferrato Casalese
Grignolino, Barbera, and Freisa are the main vines of Monferrato Casalese: four wines are obtained from them, all with controlled designation of origin. Called Barbesino in the past, probably Grignolino has been named after the dialect term "grignòle",...
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Liqueur-like Erbaluce di Caluso Passito Wine or Liqueur-like Caluso Passito Wine
Definition Liqueur-like Caluso Passito is obtained from Caluso passito adding alcohol, brandy, or mistelle. It is aged for at least 5 years. In this period, percentages of wines of different vintages are added, in order to improve its quality. Liqueur-like...
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