Cima di mola - Puglia - Strong intensity
Cima di mola - Puglia - Strong intensity
Cima di mola - Puglia - Strong intensity
Cima di mola - Puglia - Strong intensity

Cima di mola - Puglia - Strong intensity

Intini

£32.00

Cima di mola - Puglia - Strong intensity

Intini

Region Puglia
Type Monocultivar
Pairings Red Meat, BBQ, Soup, Cooked Vegetables

 

The flagship of the company, it is a unique product in the world, precious both for its history and for its organoleptic and nutritional characteristics. A powerful EVO with a bitter taste that is distinguished by the high content of polyphenols. Intense and very complex, it diversifies with hints of fresh hazelnut, rocket, radicchio and tomato leaf. Dishes with an important structure, such as legume soups, soups, grilled red meats and, perfect, on the typical broad beans and chicory of Puglia. Slow Food Presidium

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