Umbria is famous for its truffles, although the Piedmont gets the press, the truffles here are amazing. Our first day here, we sat at the enoteca from 11 a.m. and closed it at 9 p.m.--- I'll use the excuse that we were jet-lagged, and couldn't face the walk up the hill to our apartment.
At aperitivo time, we were served bruschetta with freshly grated truffles---this was mind-boggling.
As the week has gone on, we've enjoyed drinks and meals with our family and friends here.
|Prosciutto e Melone|
|Mediterranean Salad: mache, fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, Sicilian tuna|
|Our host and brother, Roberto Angelini with our friend travel writer Sanghyun Baik|
Ciao for now.