Lanzarini Salame Milano


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Pork. Salame Milano is a type of salami that is made with pork and is finely ground. It is typically small in size and is a good source of protein. Salame Milano is not typically flavored with any herbs or spices, but it has a slightly sweet flavor due to the use of white wine in the curing process.
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It can be eaten on its own as a snack or appetizer, or it can be used in charcuterie boards, sandwiches, and salads.

Store in the refrigerator. Keep them in their original packaging or transfer them to an airtight container to prevent moisture loss.

About Lanzarini

Lanzarini's passion for high quality products is the leading factor that had guided “Salumificio Lanzarini Giovanni Srl” since 1961, a passion handed down from father to son from the days of its founder, Giovanni Lanzarini and which has continued into the third generation. Their development started in the early sixties with the setting up of a small factory producing cold meats and salami, and has developed over the years through continuous investments and an increase in its production capacity. Today, the company can count on a modern and functional structure, in a position to face and cope with the demands and changes of the market.

The only thing that has remained the same over the years is the guarantee of a genuine product of the highest quality, the values that have always characterised their brand. Quality that is certified thanks to the attainment of the ISO 9001:2008 Certification and BRC Global Standard – Food, IFS Food and No GMO.

Today the company chooses the best meats, which are then transformed, cured, seasoned and matured naturally following the criteria of a hundred-year-old tradition. The products, all of the highest quality, include mortadella, speck, ham, various types of salami, and other products for the food industry.


Salami, a cherished cured meat with origins tracing back centuries, has captured the hearts and palates of food enthusiasts around the world. This flavorful and aromatic sausage is crafted through a careful curing and aging process, resulting in a rich and savory taste that can vary depending on the type and region of production.

From spicy pepperoni to the classic Italian Genoa salami, the diverse range of salami varieties offers an array of flavors and textures. Whether sliced onto pizzas, incorporated into sandwiches, or enjoyed on charcuterie boards, salami adds depth and complexity to a multitude of dishes.

When it comes to wine pairing, the bold and hearty flavors of salami call for wines that can complement its robustness. For traditional Italian salami like Genoa or Soppressata, opt for a medium-bodied red wine like Chianti or Sangiovese. These wines can harmonize with the salami's herbal notes and create a satisfying balance on the palate.

For spicier salami varieties like pepperoni or chorizo, a red wine with some heat, such as a Zinfandel or a Syrah, can enhance the sausage's spiciness and create an exciting fusion of flavors.