Mondragon - Agriturismo

Slow Food Presidium

Situated in the hills of the Prosecco region the Mondragon Agriturism combines tradition, history, food and wine.

The vineyards of Prosecco Superiore DOCG and red grapes – Marzemino, Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc, Merlot and Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso – the grazing geese and the forest on the steepest slopes are immersed in a timeless landscape.

Reviving and uniting traditional know-how and tastes, the expert agro-workshop offers a vast range of farm product: jams, juices (grape), syrups (elderflower, mint), pork sausages (soppresse, salami, musetti and luganeghe made with the family recipe ) and especially goose delicacies, in particolar; farmers “saor”, liver pâté, smoked goose breast, “ragù” meat sauce.

But, first and foremost, the Slow Food Goose in Onto Presidium, a traditional technique using goose meat carried out mainly by the women. In winter, as soon as the rest of the fields left more time and the geese were nice and fat, they would be cut into pieces and then simmered in its own fat with various flavors, then preserved in large jars (goose “confit”, goose in onto). Resting in the jars the pieces of meat softened and refined the flavours, developing into a ready substantial meal in summer, at which time threshing and haymaking required strength and all available arms, from both men and women.

OcheVino, our on-site shop, offers a full selection of our homemade products as well as the farm’s own wines, Prosecco as well as the red wines.

In the restaurant, as well as the many typical local dishes, you will always find our goose; roasted and “in onto”. Various other recipes are on offer, refined over the years (goose pork, boiled goose with “kren”, Manin goose …), can be tasted on request.

Our farm offers various food and wine events throughout the year, linked to the passing of the seasons and local tradition.

Contacts

Phone:+39 0438 933021

Info

VIA MONDRAGON 1
31020 TARZO (TV)
Italia
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Last modified: 24 Sep 2021
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