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Explore and Taste Slow Food & Wine from Barolo to Bologna

  Last year I spent 3 weeks exploring two of the most significant wine and food regions in Italy, Piedmont and Emilia Romagna. As a result, you can now join us on our gourmet slow food tour visiting famous cheese festivals and truffle fairs in these regions of Italy in September. One tour, one date, […]

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Exploring Italy’s Food and Wine Trails.

This is an overview of some of the wine and food festivals, and matrkets that happen around the Autumn  months in Italy. Another reason to join one of our wine and food tours at this time of year  to take advantage of exploring Piedmonte and Emilia-Romagna and the amazing Slow Food the region offers. Bologna […]

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An authentic wine and food experience in Sardinia.Thank you.

These comments will make you want to travel to Sardinia for culinary experiences. Thank you Teresa. ………….. Hi Bruce, I wanted to drop you a line and thank you for your recommendation via your blog to connect with the wonderful Angelina Fadda  for an authentic wine and food experience in Sardinia. This was my very […]

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The biggest Food and Wine show Terra Madre.

This was my first time at Terra Madre in Turin, and it was an awesome experience. I had no idea how big this show was going to be, and for one who loves Italian Cheeses I was in heaven. Since 2004, Slow Food has promoted Terra Madre, a network of food communities rich in inspiration […]

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Tales from Terre Madre. Slow Fish and traditional fishing.

Fishing has a long history in the Orbetello Lagoon, and is essential to the local economy. Sea bass, sea bream, gray mullet, eels, small clams called calcinelli, mazzancolle (a type of shrimp) and small crabs called femminelle are the most commonly caught species, using traditional fishing techniques like the lavoriero, the martavello and the tramaglio. […]

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The biggest market in Europe

The biggest Market In Europe. Torino counts 42 open-air markets and 6 covered markets, supplying all the city areas and neighbourhoods. The farmers Markets Turin, The urban transformation undertaken by the city during the last decades, requires a deep re-thinking of the single markets and of their overall distribution on the local territory. In the […]

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