In the usage this salami is born like a snack that the hunters were carrying in the pack-saddle during the hunt beats, therefore it had to be very nutritious and realised with healthy ingredients. Still today Casa Modena respects this tradition when producing rigorously a Dop product, or rather certificate in the respect of rigid rules foreseen by the law: only meats of national swines are used exclusively, checking the additives and each phase of the working.
The Cacciatorini are born in this way with the exact organoleptic and nutritional characteristics, of sweet and tasty taste and the aromatic perfume.
Ham bacon butchery Hell, finest, fragrantly, spicy smoking bacon speck.
The Kaminwurzen (smoked sausages) are mildly smoked and air-dried sausages of beef and pork, a typical South Tyrolean speciality.
Schüttelbrot is a crispy mixed rye bread in the form of a flatbread, which is traditionally hand-shaken. A typical South Tyrolean speciality, light to the bite and particularly digestible. Ideal with bacon, cheese or a good glass of red wine.
The Classico Quattrociocchi is an intense limpid golden yellow colour with greenish hues. The nose is fine and enveloping, with ample fruity tones of unripe tomato, lettuce and artichoke, accompanied by fresh hints of mint, basil and sage. The palate is elegant and vegetal, with hints of chicory, lettuce and celery. Bitterness is present and pungency is harmonic.