Normally when we think of oysters we tend to think of France.
In this Taste Workshop, however, we take you along the coasts of Italy, from the Gulf of La Spezia in Liguria to the lower Adriatic in Puglia. Here too, these famed mollusks are found and farmed. The Ligurian oysters are naturally green, with a strong aroma and suave, savory flavor. The Pugliese oysters arrive from the upper part of Italy’s heel, from Varano Lake near Foggia, where saltwater and freshwater mix to create the ideal conditions for these meaty, complex gourmet oysters.
To pair we have six Alta Langa DOCG, the vintage traditional method sparking wine made from Pinot Nero and Chardonnay grapes on the hills of the Alta Langa in Piedmont.
The Taste Workshops of Slow Fish return to Genoa! Don’t miss this chance to learn through tasting. Seats are limited in order to allow our guests to enjoy themselves in safety and security. You can buy tickets now and until June 30 — or a little earlier for the preview events. Any remaining places will be on sale at the Event Reception during the days of the event. The location will be communicated as soon as it is finalized.
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Event languages: IT
Piazza della Vittoria - Genova (Italy)