Once, Basilica was a poor region and this meant that people living in this part of Italy were resourceful and made the most of what was available to them. Despite this, the food from this region is varied and delicious.
Friuli-Venezia Giulia is the most eastern region of Italy. The cuisine there is highly influenced by countries bordering Italy, including Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia, and Austria. Here are some of the food and dishes that are traditional in this region.
Italy is the world’s largest wine producer and posseses over a million cultivated vinyards. It is also one of the oldest wine producing countries of the world as it includes regions that have been producing wine for over 2,000 years. There are approximetely 400 different varieties of grapes in Italy. This is due to the diversity in the climate, soil conditions, and regional traditions of the country . Each of Italy’s 20 regions has unique types of wine ranging from Bianco (white) to Rosso (red).