“Pranzo” means “Lunch” in Italian.

Taglietelle

 

Lunch at Enoteca Tognoni means a little squab ragu over house-made taglietelle pasta.  Doesn’t get much better than this, especially when paired with the local Bolgheri wines.

Remember, what grows together, goes together!

3 thoughts on ““Pranzo” means “Lunch” in Italian.

  1. I like that little rule Joanie. When people ask me: What should I drink with this? I often end up telling them – when in doubt, drink what the locals do!

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