Fish, asparagus, peaches and wine characterize the 4 municipalities included in the Reserve, and they play a leading role in the local economy.

An important stage of the gastronomical itinerary related to the Isonzo river's mouth is the peach, which plays a leading role in the fruit and vegetable production. It can be tasted alone, in desserts or dipped into wine, as shown by a local specialty called "Piersolada".
The fish dishes (from the sea or he lagoon) can be tasted in many restaurants, especially in Grado. The island's specialty is the "boreto a la graisana", a fish broth (European seabass, picked dogfish, tub gurnard, European flounder and turbot) with pepper served with polenta.

Salted codfish and polenta
Salted codfish and polenta
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Asparaguses are a characteristic product of Fossalon, a country hamlet of Grado. They are cultivated on reclaimed lands. They are usually combined with eggs and with fish. Between late April and early May, a Festival is held: it represents an important...
Category: Vegetables and Legumes
The characteristic wines of Friuli can be matched with all the dishes: red wines (Cabernet franc and Merlot) above all with dishes based on meat, and white wines (Tocai friulano and Sauvignon) ideal with fish.
Category: Wine
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