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Different types of Grana Padano Riserva

Take this guided tasting experience with Patrizio Roversi

The precious collection of Mantua‘s Diocesan Museum includes also a seventeenth-century painting of the Last Supper with a tip of Grana Padano represented in the very center of the table!

The right place for a tasting experience, guided by a great expert, Cornelio Marini, Master Taster and ONAF International Judge.

Patrizio Roversi learns to distinguish the regional varieties of Grana Padano, tasting an example for each production region: Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Veneto and Trentino. Strictly Grana Padano Riserva (i.e. aged over twenty months).

What are the differences? The disciplinary of preparation is unique, what does this variety depend on?

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