- Bacco d'oro is in an 17th-century country villa, and has certainly not broken its deep ties with the region's traditional fare. The salami and meat are prepared and cured on site, as are some of the wines: however, the wine list offers an ample selection, including several lesser known vintages are produced in limited quantities. First courses include an array of risottos, raviolis, tagliolini and tortellini. A main course to follow might be braised beef all'amarone, or breast of duck with wild blueberries. To finish, there is a selection of local cheese available.
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