What can you eat at Slow Wine Fair?

It’s a question many have asked – and understandably so! So here’s what we can offer you after a long session of tasting good, clean and fair wines.

La Collina delle Meraviglie by Stappo

The food truck of Collina Delle Meraviglie by Stappo is managed by Giulia Guandalini and Fabio Giavedoni, who aim to promote local products, the culture of sustainable wine and incentivize open-air socializing.

What they offer

The menu features typical Bolognese dishes like:

  • tagliatelle al ragù
  • tortellini in broth
  • ricotta tortelloni with butter and sage

Pantura – Storie di cibo

Pantura is a traveling kitchen equipped with a griddle, a fridge, an umbrella and aromatic herbs. It’s the adventure of Saverio and Francesco, originally from Puglia but now living in Milan, with a passion for the food traditions of their native land.

What they offer

Sandwich with grilled octopus, potato and pinzimonio (a mix of parsley, olive oil, lemon juice and pepper)

And bruschetta with Altamura bread with:

  • stracciatella, Sciacca anchovies, lemon zest
  • codfish cream and crushed olives
  • pesto of lardo, parmigiano reggiano, sundried tomatoes

Ascolano Olives by Migliori

Since the very first edition of Salone del Gusto in 1996 the Ascolano olives of Migliori have been a constant presence, and they’re back again Migliori at Slow Wine Fair! Olives stuffed with meat and spices, coated with breadcrumbs and fried. There are variations on this basic theme, and the number of potential recipes as wide as your imagination will allow.

What they offer

  • Ascolano olives (breaded and fried)
  • Vegan olives (breaded and fried)
  • Cremini (breaded and fried balls of custard!)
  • Mozzarelline (breaded and fried mozzarella)
  • Carciofini (breaded and fried artichokes)

The Camst bar

Also at Slow Wine Fair there’s a bar managed by Camst that offers the following sandwiches: