During the Design Week, Berlucchi launched the aperitivo diffuso [aperitif] in 3 different locations to pay a tribute to the first Franciacorta, created in 1961 in their cellars by Guido Berlucchi.
A journey of taste and style by Berlucchi ’61 in collaboration with the architects of Studio 5 +1 AA and the chef Davide Oldani who created 3 different panini perfect for 3 different wines.
Unfortunately, we could taste just 2 of them: Berlucchi ’61 Rosé and Berlucchi ’61 Satén and their related sandwiches.
This is why I’m going to share with you only 2 recipes to made the perfect aperitif with your friends. Enjoy!
Here you can find further information about this taste experience.
[This post is not sponsored by Berlucchi. I just enjoyed their initiative!]
After the first days of the Design Week I stopped to carry on my 3rd hand with me [aka my dslr] so these photographs are by iphone + vscocam N1 Preset.