Tasting Marche absolutely needs experts to attain the real Bruschetta; therefore it has chosen: Oleificio Silvestri from Spinetoli (AP) for Extra Virgin Olive Oil Tenero Ascolano and Ascolana Green Sauce, I sapori dei Monti from Massignano (AP) for Fava Beans Sauce, Cantine Belisario from Matelica (MC) for Verdicchio, Birrificio del Gomito from Ancona (AN) for Kate Craft Beer and Moroder from Ancona (AN) for the Brut Rosè.
Tasting Marche proposes a combination of easy to use sauces loving the taste and sensations that leave the palate. Even just caressed with precious extra virgin olive oil this break can become something heavenly, if you add a fresh beer and two fine but the lingering taste wines, you really graze perfection.
Prepared for: Italian Bruschetta fans who want to discover the infinite ways to achieve it. How to eat: The sauces go directly spread on toasted bread, caressed with a little extra virgin olive oil. The Verdicchio wine should be served at a temperature of about 14 ° C while the Brut Rosé at about 10 ° C. The beer should be served icy.