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Tastes and the Apennines

Appennino Tosco-Emiliano has always been an extraordinary crossroads between the Po Plain, the peninsula, and Luni sea.
If you consider the material culture that is still lively between the lands of Tuscany and Emilia, it is possible to understand the features shared by the people living in the National Park and recognize at table the exchanges of wine and gastronomy knowledge and traditions that have taken place over the centuries.
The extraordinary richness of local quality agri-foodstuffs is well represented by the list of products with PDO and PGI labels, of national and European value, of traditional agri-foodstuffs, and Slow Food Presidia.

Tastes and the Apennines
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Category: Preserves
Category: Sweets
Spongata of Corniglio
Category: Sweets
Category: Sweets
Ventasso Saffron
Category: Fresh Herbs
Appennino Reggiano pecorino cheese is sweeter than the sheep cheese produced in the nearby Tuscany. It may have less intense organoleptic features, but it is a very balanced and delicate cheese.
Category: Cheese
Lunigiana Caciotta
The rounds have a medium-small size, irregular shape, a white-yellowish color, a slightly salty taste, and an intense fragrance.
Category: Cheese
Lunigiana Pecorino Cheese
The color of Lunigiana pecorino cheese rind is yellow with various shades. The most characteristic shade is intense yellow because of its soft texture. The color of the texture is white-straw yellow in soft pecorino cheese and straw yellow in hard pecorino...
Category: Cheese
Parmigiano Reggiano PDO
The most famous cheese in Italy and in the world is produced at the foot of Appennino Reggiano and Parmense, and well represents the landscape where meadows, alfalfa pastures, and forests alternate. Parmigiano Reggiano has a long history which probably...
Category: Cheese
Category: Cheese
Category: Cheese
Category: Cheese
Wild Berries
Wild berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, etc.) are characteristic products of the Apennines.
Category: Fruit
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