Albicocca Val Santerno di Imola

Albicocca Val Santerno di Imola is a variety of apricot that is grown in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. It is specifically found in the towns and communes of Imola, Castel San Pietro Terme, and Dozza. This particular variety of apricot is known for its sweet and juicy flavor, making it a popular choice among locals and visitors alike.

If you are looking to purchase Albicocca Val Santerno di Imola, you can find it in various stores and shops in the region. Some recommended places to buy this apricot variety include the local farmers’ markets in Imola and Castel San Pietro Terme, as well as specialty fruit shops such as Frutta e Verdura in Dozza.

When it comes to recipes, Albicocca Val Santerno di Imola can be used in a variety of dishes. One popular recipe is the apricot tart, where the sweet apricots are baked into a buttery crust and served with a dollop of whipped cream. Another delicious option is to make a refreshing apricot sorbet, perfect for hot summer days.

Albicocca Val Santerno di Imola has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) certification, which guarantees its authenticity and traditional production methods. The specifications of this certification include:

– The apricots must be grown in the designated areas of Imola, Castel San Pietro Terme, and Dozza.
– The cultivation and harvesting methods must follow traditional practices.
– The apricots must meet specific quality standards in terms of taste, texture, and appearance.

Sources:
– “Albicocca Val Santerno di Imola” – www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it
– “Prodotti agroalimentari tradizionali (PAT)” – www.agricoltura.regione.emilia-romagna.it