Articoli in Inglese
A visit to Batta Olive Oil: a long history that binds this family to the olives since '700. And today Giovanni and Giuliana’s oil is a symbol of excellence, respect for nature and love for an increasingly more difficult profession.
Grape Harvest at the Ninni Winery in Spoleto. In only a few years an unexpected success: today one of the most appreciated niche wine makers of natural wines in Italy.
Next to the Trasimeno Lake, the company grows legumes and grains, following natural rhythms. The land is not just soil to exploit, but a value to transmit to future generations.
A visit to Riccardo and Arianna Cacioppolini, beekeepers and producers of honey-flavoured beer. From taking care of beehives to the selection of malts and hops. A success story.
A visit to the biggest company of Central Italy. This is how the most symbolic Italian street food is born, where to purchase it, and how to pair it with drinks.
An artisanal microbrewery inspired by the old monastic traditions of Northern Europe. In the “Accademia” line 5 elegant beers that smell of fresh fruit and spices
The producer Francesco Gradassi is a pioneer of early harvesting. His extra virgin olive oil called “L'Affiorante” is packed with polyphenols
The winery is in the Doc Colli del Trasimeno area. Elisabetta and her 21 years old son, Raffaele “the hurricane” are the owners. Three wines: "Verzellino", "Allegro" and "Terre del Cardinale"
A journey to the Colleallodole Farm in Umbria, where Francesco Antano produces wines with a strong personality. His wines have an honorary place among Montefalco producers
We’re in Trivio, near Monteleone di Spoleto, to taste organic cereals and legumes cultivated at an altitude above 1000 meters. Their strengths: respect for the environment, genetic selection and family spirit
Giulio Leonardi is a passionate researcher of forgotten varieties of fruit. In his nursery you can taste the fruit before you buy a plant
Four young friends are using the ancient fruits of Central Italy to create environmentally-friendly products
A park which hides the seven wonders: a 4-star hotel, a restaurant, country houses, a spa, tennis courts and soccer fields, a fishing lake and a wine cellar where the Bianconi family wine collection “rests”
According to one study, if the italian GDP had grown as much as exports of major italian wines have, today the country would be €500 billion richer
In Cantalupo, Gian Piero and Patrizia Lucarelli are reducing food miles: cultivation, storage, milling, baking and selling all in the same place. And the old millstone of 1929 comes back to life
A stop in Montefalco, where food is prepared in authentic Umbrian fashion and served with a refined sense of creativity
Thanks to the foresight of their father Antonio, today the Aliani siblings produce high-quality wines. And the wineglasses are full of the taste of italian history
In Città di Castello, Umbria, there is a farm with 140 grazing buffalo. This family-run business produces first-rate buffalo mozzarella
Alessandro is a fourth-generation salami producer. In his workshop in Casalalta, he continues the ancient tradition of smoke cured meats
Tommaso Muzzi, founder of the Foligno-based company, seduced his wife with a cream puff. Today, these delicacies are among the most coveted Italian pastries abroad