Cognà all'Albese can be improperly called a Piedmontese grape mustard. It is an ancient recipe typical of Alba and Langhe prepared by the housewives of the time to overcome the particular conditions of necessity of the winter season. The ingredients were in fact traditionally found after the fruit was harvested. Then the last bunches of grapes, the apples left to collect on the trees, as well as the pears and quinces were cooked with walnuts and hazelnuts, other fruit typical of Alba and the Langhe.
- Dolcetto grape must, Renetta apples, Quinces apples, Madernassa pears, walnuts and Piedmont hazelnuts.
- It can be tasted not only on bread for a substantial snack, but also on boiled meats. The flavor is exalted on the cheeses and it is certainly one of the best combinations. More imaginative but highly effective combinations are with a vanilla ice cream or on a fresh granita.
- Place of manufacturing
- Alba (CN)
- Keep in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight
- 345 gr glass jar.
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