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... us fresh apricots! Yum.
The second day we had lunch at a small bar/restaurant in Barolo after going through the trippiest museum we have ever seen - the wine museum in a castle in Barolo - and tasting a few vintages & varietals of Barolo wine. We finished our "tour of Piemonte food" here with the vitello tonnato and a bowl each of tajarin. We also each drank a glass of wine - Barbera d'Asti for me and a glass of ...
... Marco was not sharing, but for €50 more we could do tasting.
Decided that was a tad exxy, so we bought two of the most minuscule truffles at the local market and I added them to risotto that night and Noel to scrambled eggs the next morning - Yummo !!
So, we've had a lovely relaxing week in La Morra - next week it's further south to the Ligurian Riviera, Genoa and onto the Cinque Terre
Ciao for now .... R&N xx
... a type of profiterole with their fruit salad I had semifreddo (yum). A long lunch in a courtyard in Piedmont is not a bad way to spend an afternoon. We weaved our way back to catch the bus back to Asti. Pity the passengers who had to share the bus with our rowdy mob. There are cars with horns blaring and shouting in the street - Juventus drew with Madrid so they are in the Champions League final. Happy Italian football fans ...
... grocery store and bought lunch goods. Bread, cheese, ham, chocolate and of course a great bottle of rose wine. We sat in the car and ate it. Nothing too romantic, it was 2:00, and I was starving, and the weather outside was frightful, UGH!!
The attractions in Susa, for us, were all the Roman ruins. We visited an amphitheater, two arches of an aqueduct and many traces of the old town ...
... of gourmet food, truffles and many Easter decorations. We had lunch in the square at a cafe which was bathed in sunshine.
The final destination was the town of Barolo, which also gives its name to the grape variety of the region. A brief tasting was followed by a walk through the narrow streets of this tiny hill top village