A journey to discover the food and wine riches of the area, typical products and companies of excellence, through itineraries and gourmet recipes proposed by great chefs.
By ‘Roman coast’ we mean the stretch of coast that goes from Civitavecchia to Nettuno. In consideration of the geographical nature of the area, fish products are of great interest, including the cockle (Slow Food Presidium), whose fishing involves the coastal stretch that goes from Passo Scuro to Anzio.
Complesso lacuale di Bracciano e Monti Sabatini
With “Complesso lacuale di Bracciano e Monti Sabatini” it refers to the geographical area that extends around the lake of Bracciano.
Peculiarity of the area is certainly the lake fish. Two species par excellence associated with Lake Bracciano: the coregone and the lattarino.
Castelli Romani e Monti Prenestini
The territory of the Castelli Romani e Monti Prenestini extends south of Rome and is included in the geographical areas identified as Parco dei Castelli Romani and Comunità montana dei Castelli Romani e dei Monti Prenestini.
In this area there are numerous typical and traditional productions, many of which are certified with a Community or national quality mark.
The territory of the Monti Lepini falling within the Rome metropolitan area affects the municipalities it gives Artena they continue south to Carpineto. It boasts numerous known productions that mainly derive from the breeding of black pig of the Monti Lepini.
The territory of the Valle dell’Aniene is attributable to the municipalities belonging to the homonymous mountain community, which extend from the peaks of the Monti Simbruini and Lucretili to the plains contiguous to the Aniene.
Renowned for the production of legumes, it boasts a consistent number of bean species recognized as typical.
Roma e Valle del Tevere
For ‘Valle del Tevere’ means a large area that extends from the border with the Sabina to the south east of Rome where it borders the Aniene Valley and the Castelli Romani and Monti Prenestini. In particular, in the north east of Rome, we find a very large oil production, which can also be found in the province of Rieti.