After the Arab domination, the Normans had brought the consumption of pork in Sicily and comes the now renowned salami Sant'Angelo di Brolo originated from this cultural "revolution". This is the genesis of Cherubino - a delight of the Sicilian tradition and of its pork butchery art famous in the world for care and expertise.
Salami that comes from particularly fine cuts to which Mediterranean sea salt and peppercorns are added. The processing is done with a knife tip and the result is a coarse-grained paste bagged in natural casing that is then expertly hand-tied. An aroma of refined, delicately spiced meats, a right tastiness and a sweet and mouth-watering flavour make Cherubino a truly delicious salami. Cut into thick slices with a knife, as tradition dictates, eliminating the natural casing that covers it. Savouring it as soon as it is sliced allows you to appreciate its whole fragrance.
Pairing and Wines
Great enjoyed alone with homemade bread or served as an appetizer, also in combination with olives and vegetables in oil and tasty types of cheese.
All the grape blends of the land of Sicily enhance the characteristics of taste and aroma of Cherubino. Nero d'Avola with its complex structure and its spicy character is especially recommended.