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Tracce di vino rosso

To be born in beautiful surroundings is always fortunate. Orcia DOC has that good luck. It comes from province of Siena, landscape heritage of UNESCO.

Gianluca Morino

Great-grandmother Margherita left her mark. Little Gianluca Morino grew up with her, inheriting her love for vineyards, for hard work that knows no holidays and never ends, season after season.

Tartufo

At the Truffle Market, open every Saturday and Sunday until the 15th of November (9:00 AM – 8:00 PM), all the enthusiasts of the Tuber magnatum Pico will be able to see, touch, and smell many, many truffles.

Maria Borio

Borio family is bound to Costigliole d’Asti since 1198. The passion of this family for wine gave rise to Cascina Castlet.

tartufo bianco di Alba

85th edition of the International Fair of the White Truffle of Alba, set to open from Saturday, 10 October to Sunday, 15 November in the capital city of the Langhe.

Amore e dieta

Did you know that the Mediterranean diet is an aphrodisiac? The nutritional balance based on pasta, oil, fish, and vegetables has received the accolades as...

DOP IGP STG

In a territory covering little more than 301 thousand square kilometres, Italy concentrates splendid landscapes and natural attractions that range from the Alps to...

Mexico

With its participation in EXPO MILANO 2015, Mexico intends to demonstrate to visitors its wealth in terms of natural resources and biodiversity, as well...

Pomodoro Pachino Mare

Close your eyes and think about the sun. Let yourself feel its rays of warm and brilliant light pass right through you. Feel its...

Dieta Mediterranea Marasco

Forget about black gold! The Mediterranean Diet is worth much more. Italy never stops amazing us with its potential and for the ‘black gold’ that...

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Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.