This particular raw ham is a Tirol speciality and is won(got) the imperial part, a fragment of the pork club. It is the quality a relatively tender bacon.
For the emperor's part bacon the pieces of meat with fresh, aromatic mountain herbs are spiced and drily salted. He is without sticking bacon portion and dries easily, smoked in high mountain air.
This bacon is well suited for hors-d'oeuvre courts. Cut emperor's part bacon paper-thin and put some olive oil, lemon juice, rucola and Parmesan on it.
A saturated ruby red, a delicate aroma of berries, light hints of mint and dark chocolate. Elegant tannins underscore the wine's complexity; a smooth finish with a touch of warmth accompanies its fiery finale.
The high quality of the grapes and aging in wooden casks (a small amount of it is aged in barrique) make this a rich and fruity red wine to be enjoyed at leisure.
The Classico Quattrociocchi is an intense limpid golden yellow colour with greenish hues. The nose is fine and enveloping, with ample fruity tones of unripe tomato, lettuce and artichoke, accompanied by fresh hints of mint, basil and sage. The palate is elegant and vegetal, with hints of chicory, lettuce and celery. Bitterness is present and pungency is harmonic.