The famous ‘Rubatà breadsticks, ‘Freisa’ wine and unique ‘Chieri Focaccia’.
Their name comes from Piedmontese dialect, in which it means “fallen”, referring in effect to the technique used to prepare them.
This is a famous, old wine, with a ruby-red colour, but not too deep. It has a dry or medium-sweet flavour and is cool and pleasant to taste.
Focaccia, baci, umbertini and brut e bun are all sweet bakery products that pass on the image of a city full of promises to anyone who receives them.