Classico

Cooking and dressing every day

Characteristics:

The taste is unmistakable: perfectly balanced, harmonious, full. With pleasant notes of freshness that recall the smell of freshly cut grass. This is the defining taste: just what you would expect from a true Classico.

Serving suggestions

In the kitchen this satisfies a variety of taste requirements, bringing harmony to  the flavour of sauces, roasts, side dishes and raw in condiments.

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What are "polyphenols"?

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