Stunning beauty, the #CinqueTerre’s heroic viticulture: a project to relight a whole valley and to build a farm. Nowadays as Samuele said, “you can see why our wines are properly priced ..” Yes, totally! I know that when there is the sun everything looks more beautiful and personally I was starving to see the sun […]
Returning to Milan after a weekend over the Colli Bolognesi I decided to stop for a few hours at the wine fair Vino In-Dipendete (http://vinoindipendente.it). The fair which took place in Calvisano, a small town of Roman origins, in the province of Brescia, Lombardy region, on February the 18th and 19th. My time at the […]
Vino In-dipendente: una fiera piccola e piena zeppa di cose buone (attenzione: tanti consigli per gli acquisti) Articolo pubblicato su Slow Wine del 28.02.2018 Rientrando a Milano dopo un weekend trascorso sui Colli Bolognesi ho pensato bene di fermarmi qualche ora alla fiera Vino In-Dipendete (clicca su http://vinoindipendente.it) che si svolgeva nella Sala Polivalente Beata Cristina […]
Emilia Romagna I feel to write these notes just after the weekend over the Colli Piacentini (hills of Piacenza), in the province of #Piacenza: the emotions are still strong that it would be different in a few days when the head would take over them. I’ve just returned home from an unforgettable two days where […]
In collaboration with Sara Jenkins at Nina June restaurant and Porchettiamo festival our annual culinary extravaganza for meat lovers, a 4-days getaway in Umbria, is perfect for people wishing to enjoy one of the very best dish we have in central Italy: Porchetta! READ MORE Save
Gorgeous day for visiting the hills of Gambellara and learning about Garganega grape, its volcanic soil, methods of winemaking, compost, spontaneous fermentation etc., together with the main protagonist of this terroir: Angiolino Maule. It has been a big pleasure to spend those hours listening to his stories.
Porchetta is a dish which is popular all over Italy as street food, almost always spotted at events like street fairs and weekly produce markets. Multiple sagras, or food festivals, are devoted to it every year. But Umbria fiercely guards its reputation as the birthplace of porchetta. […..]
“The fennel is what makes it Umbrian,” said Barbara D’Agapiti, owner of Wine Link Italy, a guide to local food and wine. Fennel grows wild here, and its pollen has the refreshing whiff of dried sage, with notes of saffron, lemon and fennel seed.
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Raw Wine Festival, Applausi ! .. Tra le tante cose da fare a Londra, segnate nella ‘bucket list’, come dicono gli Inglesi, c’era la partecipazione al Raw Wine Festival che si tiene ogni anno a Marzo. Raw è l’evento che celebra l’amore per i vini biodinamici e naturali, vini prodotti con il minimo intervento, vini […]
Join us and Heather Carlson at A Merry feast Travels in Umbria to celebrate the olive harvest and experience the wine, gastronomy, and culture of Umbria. An intimate insider experience, the tour is based at Agriturismo B&B and Cooking school Alla Madonna del Piatto and includes a full hands-on experience of the olive harvest with plenty delicious […]