In the recent years In Italy, the Rosato wine has been the catalyst for an authentic revolution into the wine industry. The popularity of Rosato wine gets more and more every year, and suggest new pairings with typical or experimental Italian recipes. Today, I suggest you an amazing match between a Tuscan Rosato wine, the Santa Cristina Cipresseto, and a tasty variation of the Florentine meatballs with spinach and Ricotta cheese!
Piedmontese beef steak tartare is the most classic Italian tartare, originally from Piedmont. As opposed to the delicious French tartare, the Italian tradition wants the meat seasoned just with olive oil, lemon, salt, and pepper: this is to taste the original flavor of the beef. Piedmontese beef steak is a perfect appetizer for a holiday dinner, but also a light lunch. The very important thing is to choose a prime quality cut of meat!