The Rosso Selvaggio is a brown rice growing in the wild in clay soils. It has a very aromatic fragrance and a unique texture. It has a very special ruby red color of its pericarp that he received from the tannin while the interior of carosside remains white. It is rich in antioxidants, sweet, and once cooked remains crisp and will keep for several days. It is native from the Camargue and today is grown in specific areas of the Po Valley. The Rosso Selvaggio goes very well with ethnic dishes and vegetables, its certified traceability is instantly verifiable, and it is naturally gluten-free.