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Enoteca La Torre

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One of the best wine cellars in Italy, with more than 1000 labels, takes center stage at the elegant Enoteca La Torre. It's also a temple to good eating: in addition to an ever-changing menu there are lists for cheeses, mineral waters, oils, and vinegars. Baccala (salted cod) or ravioli with ricotta cheese and cream of chicken livers are recommended, but whatever you choose will be local, traditional, and of the highest quality.

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  • Closed Tues. and Wed. No dinner Sun.
Updated: 03-14-2013

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    In September we stayed at the Fattoria La Borgo, a working farm situated below the ancient village of Montecarlo where we were scheduled for a cooking class with Elisabetta and Chiara – two remarkable chefs who had just brought home first prize at the La Rotta del Vino competition. With a lot of help from our hosts we prepared gourmet dishes like faro salad, taconi, gnocchi, tortellini, and ravioli, pork loin stuffed with herbs and juniper berries and fig flan before sitting down together to enjoy the fruits of our labour along with Stringaio, their estate wine. The meal was awesome if I do say so myself and the company even better.

    by misty123, 10/22/10

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