Looking for hotel in Trentino with fine cuisine we inevitably discover gastronomic heritage of Trentino and the first thing that comes to mind is an apple. While this land has rich farming tradition offering plenty of local products: from wine to oil, from honey to cheese.
The culinary tradition and mountain cuisine here represent a perfect blend of Italy and Austria, often defined as Border cooking.
Signature salami of this region is speck, yet so-called Carne Salada is widespread in the southern part of the region, around the city of Trento and Lake Garda. One more flavor all to discover is salted and flavored beef meat in brine. An ancient tradition of cuisine in Trentino Alto Adige may be discovered through the methods to preserve meat even during the winter.
Local Trentino wines represent one more iconic product of this region: most renowned red wines are Teroldego Rotaliano Doc and Marzemino Trentino Doc. All the white grapes are used in the production of Chardonnay and remains are used for Spumante Trento D.O.C. prepared with classic method.
Regional cuisine of Piedmont is exquisite and unique thanks to local authentic products. Among the most famous Piedmontese dishes you will definitely appreciate Bagna Càuda, a typical soup made with garlic and salted anchovies, the Plin - typical handmade agnolotti and signature Piedmontese fried and braised meat.
Piedmont is rich on mushrooms, including Porcini, Ova, Gallinacci and Blood with an intense and unmatched flavors. Let’s not forget about Piedmont's truffles remaining among the most delicious and wanted in Italy! Here you will find many typical cheeses such as Bra, Tomino di Talucco and Castelmagno. By the way, Piedmont hills produce probably the best wines of Italy whose fame is widespread around the world.
The most famous areas for wine production are undoubtedly Langhe and Roero between the provinces of Asti and Cuneo that have recently been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Wines and cellars are widespread throughout the region. Famous red Gattinara is produced in Vercelli, while Canavese area in the province of Turin has a homonymous name. Among the wines of Langhe, it should certainly be mentioned the king of wines – Barolo along with Barbera, Barbaresco, Brachetto, Dolcetto, Moscato, Nebbiolo, Grignolino. The territory of Asti is famous for the production of famous sparkling wines such as Asti Cinzano.
The excellence of Piedmont is a must destination for all wine connoisseurs.