“The most famous depiction of a Cinta Senese pig was relized by Ambrogio Lorenzetti in his
“The Allegory of Good and Bad Government” (1338), in the Town Hall of Siena.
Many other representations of white-belted pigs appear in paintings and frescoes
of the twelfth century in the countryside of Siena.”
Valuable products from the oldest native pork
breed of Tuscany, bred in the wild
and fed exclusively with natural forages
The lard is squared in shape and very thick, with a delicate but savory taste
emphasized by typical notes of hazelnut.