Salami Cascina is an original recipe by Mario Bortolotti. With its roughly ground paste – tasty and sweet at a time – it is the most classical and appealing.
About the Brand
Bortolotti means “Salami like it used to be”. In 1947 Umberto Bortolotti realized his aspirations, giving life to the Cantine in Valdobbiadene in the pioneering spirit and fervor typical of the post-war period. Seriousness and enthusiasm immediately gave him prestige and in 1954 the company was moved to its current location which, originally a factory and farm, became the subject of subsequent renovations and expansions in response to changing needs. The evolution, inherent in the development of the productive activity, never betrayed the personal and professional ethics to refer to. And in fact seriousness, industriousness and respect will subsequently be inherited today also by his son Bruno and his nephew Daniele at the management of the cellars, today one of the historical wineries of the Valdobbiadenese area. The Cantine Umberto Bortolotti company, referring to the local wine tradition, which is accompanied by an advanced sparkling wine technique, and above all making a qualitative choice with all its suppliers operating along the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, has been presenting its sparkling wines for over seventy years quality. Specialized in the production of Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore, it has for a long time maintained a relationship of trust and ever-growing need with its suppliers, in order to protect and promote the strong territorial identity of a viticulture defined by many as “heroic”. And the same report asks those who choose its products. In order to make its business objectives effective in a modern context, since May 2011 the company has been certified according to the UNI EN ISO 22000: 2005 standard for compliance with the HACCP regulations on health and hygiene aspects.
No cooking, just tasting 🙂
Pork, salt, natural flavours and spices, milk powder, Preservative: E 252, E250, E301
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