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  • A Guide to the Real Food and Wine of Rome

    Continued from page 7
    By OMNIA Vatican and Rome

    The wine of Ancient Rome

    Historically, the areas around Rome have been important in the production of wine (particularly white wine) and there are many vineyards in the Lazio region, which has volcanic soil, lakes and a mild climate.

    Frascati wine is produced a stone's throw away from Rome, in the Castelli Romani area, and is the most well-known wine of the region. The white wines especially are delicate and can be paired with fish, antipasti and cheeses.

    Near Montefiascone is where the famous and peculiarly named Est! Est! Est! wine is produced with the grapes of Trebbiano Toscano e Malvasia. This is an aromatic wine that goes well with appetizers such as artichokes and fritti.

    For a red variety, try Cesanese, cultivated towards the south of Lazio in the areas of Piglio, Frosinone and Zagarolo. This increasingly popular variety has a warm aroma of mulberry, blueberry and juniper. It can be served with meat dishes such abbacchio (lamb) and stews, or with gnocchi.

    Part 9: Eat Like a Local


    In this article:
    Part 1: Introduction
    Part 2: Mapping Your Meal
    Part 3: The Festival of Pasta
    Part 4: Pizza
    Part 5: Secondi Piatti
    Part 6: Vegetarian Delicatessen
    Part 7: Desserts
    Part 8: The Wine of Ancient Rome
    Part 9: Eat Like a Local

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