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Le Marche on an infographic Map: The Wine And Food Of Italy

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Our infographic shows how intertwined food and wine are in Italy, displaying each region's most famous dish along with its most popular wine.

Our infographic shows how intertwined food and wine are in Italy, displaying each region's most famous dish along with its most popular wine.

 

Via Mariano Pallottini
Ashley Robinson's insight:

Vinepair.com prepared an infographic about the Italian Regional food and its wines. For example, La Marche’s fried olives are clearly a perfect match for the bracing, bright acidity of Verdicchio.

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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, March 30, 3:04 AM

Vinepair.com prepared an infographic about the Italian Regional food and its wines. For example, La Marche’s fried olives are clearly a perfect match for the bracing, bright acidity of Verdicchio.

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Le Marche on an infographic Map: The Wine And Food Of Italy

Le Marche on an infographic Map: The Wine And Food Of Italy | The Nomad Momma | Scoop.it
Our infographic shows how intertwined food and wine are in Italy, displaying each region's most famous dish along with its most popular wine.

Our infographic shows how intertwined food and wine are in Italy, displaying each region's most famous dish along with its most popular wine.

 

Via Mariano Pallottini
Ashley Robinson's insight:

Vinepair.com prepared an infographic about the Italian Regional food and its wines. For example, La Marche’s fried olives are clearly a perfect match for the bracing, bright acidity of Verdicchio.

more...
Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, March 30, 3:04 AM

Vinepair.com prepared an infographic about the Italian Regional food and its wines. For example, La Marche’s fried olives are clearly a perfect match for the bracing, bright acidity of Verdicchio.