A pleasure you simply have to try. A charming restaurant that was created as if by magic in a corner of paradise, set in the middle of greenery in contact with nature. Taglierè in Limonaia is not just about high-quality cuisine, but rather a life experience, because the refined welcome and menus are offered in a unique, prestigious location, in the fine upper part of the magnificent Venturini Baldini estate, at Roncolo in Quattro Castella. It is a place of pure beauty surrounded by vineyards, forests and postcard views, with the restaurant as the beating heart, which will evoke strong emotions.
Ever since he was young, just like all kids from Naples, he fell in love with the smells and flavours shelling beans and peas with his family. It is a recurring image shared by many chefs who grew up in the shadows of Mount Vesuvius and went on to become famous. Now 35, Mario Comitale started his tour up and down Italy immediately after finishing catering college in Naples. He spent sixteen years in the kitchen, starting at the restaurant of Hotel Baglioni in Bologna (with 5 stars), followed by Colombaio in Casole D’Elsa in Siena (which has held a Michelin star since 2011) up to when Mr Comitale opened his own restaurant in Talamone, the “Sunset”, together with his brother who still manages it today. With these credentials, he embraced a crucial challenge, arriving at Taglierè Oltre La Cucina in February 2019. Since 2021, he has been running Taglierè in Limonaia in the magnificent setting of the Roncolo 1888 Resort with the goal of achieving an ever higher level of catering.
Roncolo 1888 is the resort of the Venturini Baldini Estate, a go-to destination for any visitors who come to Emilia, a magical place combining history, culture and food and wine. Built on foundations from the time of Matilda of Tuscany, the current Villa Manodori dates back to early 1500 and still today evokes the ancient splendour of the noble families who lived there down the years, from the Fontanelli marquesses to the Ancini counts, and finally it was the residence of the Manodori marquesses in the 1800s.
Monday: 19,30 – 23,00
from Wednesday to Sunday:
12,30 – 14,30 e 19,30 – 23,00