Mario Batali on Where to Eat in Italy

The chef, TV star, and F&W guest editor, divulges his favorite restaurants in Italy, from Puglia to Piedmont.
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Ca' del Re; Verduno, Piedmont

An agriturismo located near the castle of Verduno, the farm is on the Castello di Verduno vineyard, where they produce Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto and Verduno Pelaverga. The inn can accommodate 14 guests, and the restaurant seats 40, with everything prepared by chef Giovanna Bianco. The menu includes peppers in sweet-and-sour sauce, Tomini cheese with a green sauce and stuffed tomatoes, homemade pasta and traditional local main courses. (Open from mid-February to mid-December.)

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