Nutritional values ​for 100g of product (Art. 80)

1569 kj 378 kcal
30 g
of which saturates
13 g
0 g
of which sugars
0 g
27 g
3,8 g

History and
interesting facts

Salami, originally from Codogno and San Colombano al Lambro, in the province of Milan, was first produced with pork and beef. Today the recipe uses only pork, and it is a salami known all over the world.


The Levonetto Milano is a take away salami, recognisable by its ripe and balanced aroma in spices. On the palate it announces appetising and pleasant, tasty with sweetness, capable of releasing autumn notes of walnuts. The scent is fresh and the finely minced rice-like grain defines its character.

Remove the moulds, then remove the casing and consume cut into slices a little thick with a knife.

Pairing and Wines

A curious wine suitable to accompany the Levonetto Milan is the sparkling white wine Verdea TGI - a particular variety that is grown on the hills of San Colombano. Excellent fresh, young, as an aperitif. Curiosity: it is also vinified in the passito version, which however we do not recommend to pair with salami.
For the kids, a classic always appreciated .... Milk buns and Levonetto Milani salami.For the older ones, accompany the original and the carasau bread with cubes of mortadella Oro; three complementary and distinct flavours, three colours in gradation and three alternating consistencies. See for yourself!If we want to refresh everything, we bring together some mixed berries, kiwi cubes, and thin slices of apple.

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Where to taste
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