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Pork fillet cooked at low temperature


Recipe by Elisa Bellacomo Difficulty: low Preparation time: about 1 hour and 45 minutes Ingredients (for 4 people): 500/600 g pork fillet 12/16 leaves of black cabbage 1 poached garlic clove extra-virgin olive oil to taste 1 pomegranate 1 drop of cold water 1 teaspoon of starch butter to taste salt to taste pepper to […]

September: ready to warm up with a nice Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Rosarubra


September the month of budgets and new resolutions. We abandoned our routine for some free time, relaxation and our holidays. And once back to everyday life and normality, you come to terms with what was life before and what you want to change in the future. September has always been a time of new beginnings. […]

Baked camembert with berries, honey, walnuts and fresh thyme


Recipe by Silvia Monopoli For a refined and tasty start or end to a meal, here is a super quick recipe, paired with a red wine from Torri Cantine’s Turan range. Preparation: 15 minutes Cooking: 10 minutes Difficulty: easy Ingredients 2 camembert cheese 4 walnuts 4 sprigs fresh thyme 2 tbsp honey  Currants and blackberries to taste […]

Lamb skewers with mint sauce

Brochettes d'agneau

Recipe by Chef Silvia Monopoli Preparation:  Easy Time 50 minutes Ingredients 500 gr lamb pulp 1 glass of extra virgin olive oil 100 gr fresh mint 1 tablespoon of brown sugar Preparation Wash and dry the mint, blend it with the extra virgin olive oil and brown sugar and keep the sauce aside. Using a […]

Montepulciano grape, prince of Abruzzo


Article by Carla Benvenuto Whenever talking about wines from Abruzzo, the first thought goes to Montepulciano. That’s right. It is impossible to consider Abruzzo wines without mentioning, among red wines, the most representative of this region. The vine Montepulciano is a native black grape variety of central Italy, mostly cultivated in Abruzzo, Marche and Umbria […]

The Montepulciano d’Abruzzo


Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a magnificent vine, much appreciated in ancient times as well as undervalued in contemporary times, although in recent years it is finally getting the right recognition of its value. In Abruzzo, the origins of the Montepulciano vine date back more than two thousand years, and many positive remarks have come down to […]