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At The Court Of The Duke


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The Duke Federico da Montefeltro, thanks to the wealth generated by its excellent military leadership, has created a Court at Urbino whose fame spread throughout Europe, reaching even to set up one of the most famous libraries of the time. In his honour Tasting Marche wants to present this unique combination of products: Pastarelle Cookies, delicious shortbread to pair with Jelly Cherries in Passerina Wine, Honey And Dried Fruit, much loved by the Duke, perfect to enrich a wedge of Medium Hard Pecorino Cheese, and the Picenum Vino Cotto, to be savoured slowly, perhaps immersed in the pages of one of the masters of classical literature.

Type: Honey, Cheese, Cookies, Fruit Jelly, Wine
Tasting Combinations: 2
Number of Items: 5
Made in: Marche (Italia)
Net Weight: 1.5 Kg 

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Honey and Dried Fruit

Out of stock

Cherry Jelly in Passerina Wine

Out of stock

Picenum Vino Cotto, 750 ml
Hard Pecorino Cheese
Pastarelle Cookies

Challenging task to conquer the palate of those who often get lost through the pages of important books, Tasting Marche take on this challenge, selecting for you the best delicacies: Pastarelle Cookies of Rinascimento a Tavola from Urbino (PU), the Cherry Jelly in Passerina Wine of Sapori dei Monti from Massignano (AP), Honey and Dried Fruit of Apicoltura Nomade from Montegiorgio (FM), Medium Hard Pecorino of Di Pietrantonio from Belforte del Chienti (MC), Picenum Vino Cotto of Terre di San Ginesio from Ripe San Ginesio (MC).

Both during the sumptuous banquets and during the frugal meals the Duke loved to consume foods in its study rooms to not get distracted by the beloved studies, the food had an amazing value, though in a different way. The Tasting Experience "At the court of the Duke," you will make a journey through time and you feel like to be in the magnificent rooms of the Ducal Palace of Urbino, or even browse in the famous studio of Frederick, a true gastronomic leap in the Italian Renaissance.

Prepared for: All people passionate by art, literature and food, particularly fascinated by the eating habits of the Renaissance. How to eat: Pastarelle Cookies can be enjoyed alone or accompanied by jam or jelly, the cheese should be sliced and it becomes a dessert if spread with acacia honey and dried fruit,  Picenum Vino Cotto, should be served at a temperature between 15 and 18 °.

Biscotti with Cheery Jelly and PAsserina Wine and VIno Cotto, Cheese with Honey and Dried Fruit