When we talk about Trentino, the first thing we think is certainly an apple, symbol of this region.
But we must not forget the many other products that this land produces. In fact is a land rich in typical products: from wine to oil, from honey to cheese.
The culinary traditions between these mountains and valleys represent a delicious bridge between Italy and Austria, Trentino cuisine is often defined as "border cooking"
The main salami of this region is speck, but we can not forget the "salada meat", widespread in the southern part of the region, around the province of Trento and Lake Garda.
What is it about? It is salted and flavored beef in brine, an ancient tradition in these places, a way to preserve meat during the winter.
Trentino wines are also famous: the most renowned red wines are Teroldego Rotaliano Doc and Marzemino Trentino Doc, all the white grapes are used in the production of Chardonnay, while what remains is used for Spumante Trento D.O.C. classic method
Characteristic products made the Piedmont cuisine exquisite and unique.
Among the most famous Piedmontese dishes there are the Bagna càuda, a typical soup made with garlic and salted anchovies, the typical agnolotti handmade, the Piedmontese fried, braised meat, mushrooms including Porcini, ova, chanterelles and blood with an intense and unmistakable flavor.
There are also many typical cheeses including Bra, Tomino di Talucco, Castelmagno.
The Piedmont hills produce the best wines whose fame is also widespread abroad.
Among them the king of wines: Barolo.