In most restaurants around the world, food is starring, wine is selected for it. In Italy, with its ubiquitous cult, wines are often the opposite.
As its name implies, the tiny village of Monforte d’Alba is located near the city of Alba, in the heart of Piedmont. He enters the gastronomic routes through these hospitable places, because it is located on the southern edge of the Barolo wine-growing zone. Continue reading