Alcohol nutrition facts. EU law causes stir amongst producers
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Alcohol nutrition facts. EU law causes stir amongst producers

The European Commission compulsory labelling report imposes additional requirements for alcoholic drinks, notably wine and…

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Adanti Winery, quality wines since 1972. The signature is elegance
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Adanti Winery, quality wines since 1972. The signature is elegance

Between Bevagna and Montefalco, Villa Arquata and its winery. Here the Adanti family produces wines…

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Aliveris, an Italian pasta unique in the world: wheat and soy germ to savor well-being
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Aliveris, an Italian pasta unique in the world: wheat and soy germ to savor well-being

A great Italian classic that unites taste and well-being. Today in Umbria there is the…

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Stoica’s “oil-philosophy”, do ut des between humans and the Earth
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Stoica’s “oil-philosophy”, do ut des between humans and the Earth

Andrea Lucarelli and Andrea Cecconi, 28 and 30 years old, after two years of hard…

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Batta Olive Oil, since three centuries a mission for the highest quality
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Batta Olive Oil, since three centuries a mission for the highest quality

Ninni Winery, identity and territory. Gianluca Piernera’s natural wines
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Ninni Winery, identity and territory. Gianluca Piernera’s natural wines

Grape Harvest at the Ninni Winery in Spoleto. In only a few years an unexpected…

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Agricola Bittarelli: the “bean of Trasimeno”, an ancient memory of the territory
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Agricola Bittarelli: the “bean of Trasimeno”, an ancient memory of the territory

Next to the Trasimeno Lake, the company grows legumes and grains, following natural rhythms. The…

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Le Guardie, from bees to beer. Honey-sweet artisanship
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Le Guardie, from bees to beer. Honey-sweet artisanship

A visit to Riccardo and Arianna Cacioppolini, beekeepers and producers of honey-flavoured beer. From taking…

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Cariani Porchetta from Bevagna, the Custodians of an Ancient Craft
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Cariani Porchetta from Bevagna, the Custodians of an Ancient Craft

A visit to the biggest company of Central Italy. This is how the most symbolic…

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In the footsteps of the Belgian monks. San Biagio, a beer that satisfies body and mind
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In the footsteps of the Belgian monks. San Biagio, a beer that satisfies body and mind

An artisanal microbrewery inspired by the old monastic traditions of Northern Europe. In the “Accademia”…

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High quality products and territory as a vocation. The “extreme” Umbrian olive oil from Marfuga
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High quality products and territory as a vocation. The “extreme” Umbrian olive oil from Marfuga

The producer Francesco Gradassi is a pioneer of early harvesting. His extra virgin olive oil…

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Col di Betto, a new generation wine: respecting the soil and quality certifications
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Col di Betto, a new generation wine: respecting the soil and quality certifications

The winery is in the Doc Colli del Trasimeno area. Elisabetta and her 21 years…

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Skylarks, pure Sagrantino and Milziade Antano’s secret vineyard
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Skylarks, pure Sagrantino and Milziade Antano’s secret vineyard

A journey to the Colleallodole Farm in Umbria, where Francesco Antano produces wines with a…

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Dolci Giuseppina, the flavor and essence of the Umbrian hills in a sheaf of spelt
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Dolci Giuseppina, the flavor and essence of the Umbrian hills in a sheaf of spelt

We’re in Trivio, near Monteleone di Spoleto, to taste organic cereals and legumes cultivated at…

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Ancient Fruits of Orvieto, the forgotten tastes of antiquity
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Ancient Fruits of Orvieto, the forgotten tastes of antiquity

Giulio Leonardi is a passionate researcher of forgotten varieties of fruit. In his nursery you…

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Fig, carob and sambuca flower. At Spello’s DieciNove, an ‘ethical’ beer you weren’t expecting
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Fig, carob and sambuca flower. At Spello’s DieciNove, an ‘ethical’ beer you weren’t expecting

Four young friends are using the ancient fruits of Central Italy to create environmentally-friendly products

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Resort and winery Valle di Assisi, a ‘recanto’ where time stands still
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Resort and winery Valle di Assisi, a ‘recanto’ where time stands still

A park which hides the seven wonders: a 4-star hotel, a restaurant, country houses, a…

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Record numbers for Italian wines: the global market grows by 45%
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Record numbers for Italian wines: the global market grows by 45%

According to one study, if the italian GDP had grown as much as exports of…

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From the wheat field to a signature bread: Granarium sets the standard for short supply chains
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From the wheat field to a signature bread: Granarium sets the standard for short supply chains

In Cantalupo, Gian Piero and Patrizia Lucarelli are reducing food miles: cultivation, storage, milling, baking…

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Elegance and intimacy: a sense of balanceat the Locanda del Teatro in Montefalco (gallery)
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Elegance and intimacy: a sense of balanceat the Locanda del Teatro in Montefalco (gallery)

A stop in Montefalco, where food is prepared in authentic Umbrian fashion and served with…

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