Domus Artium Closes its Concert Season at Palazzo Ducale of Gallese

After the success of its previous concerts, Domus Artium closes its curtains for the summer season on 19 June 2022 after a spectacular night of music at the Palazzo Ducale of Gallese by the Venice Baroque Orchestra, cellist Nina Kotova and flutist Andrea Griminelli which was followed afterwards with the dinner prepared by Chef Lorenzo Iozzia of the Michelin-starred restaurant Casa Iozzia and the wines … Continue reading Domus Artium Closes its Concert Season at Palazzo Ducale of Gallese

Settimana delle Birre Artigianali 2020 in Italy: An Event Dedicated to Craft Beers

The tenth edition of La Settimana della Birra Artigianale (Craft Beer Week), transpiring between 2 to 8 March 2020 all over Italy, has grown to a registry of 546 members from 311 craft beer brewery members in its creation in 2010. This largest event dedicated to craft beer was created by Andrea Turco, founder of Cronache di Birra, a highly popular blogzine that offeres a … Continue reading Settimana delle Birre Artigianali 2020 in Italy: An Event Dedicated to Craft Beers

Beviamoci Sud: Celebrating the Great Reds of Southern Italy in Rome

Brought to the capital by the agency of Riserva Grande with the collaboration of Luciano Pignataro and Percorsi di Vino, Beviamoci Sud, the first Festival of the Great Reds of Southern Italy came to life in the halls of Radisson Blu Hotel in Rome last on the first two days of February 2020. Wine producers from the southern regions of Italy namely Campania, Basilicata, Molise, … Continue reading Beviamoci Sud: Celebrating the Great Reds of Southern Italy in Rome

Sweet Pastries Take Lead Role at Eat Prato Winter 2019 in Tuscany

On the weekend of 14 to 15 December 2019, the 14th century walled city of Prato will be celebrating the fourth edition of Eat Prato Winter organized by the Municipality of Prato and the Strada dei Vini di Carmignano. Prato, a town just 17 kilometers northwest of its well-known neighbor Florence, has its own treasure chest of important art, history, culture and gastronomy. It is … Continue reading Sweet Pastries Take Lead Role at Eat Prato Winter 2019 in Tuscany

The Fourth Edition of the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World

The Week of Italian Cuisine in the World (La Settimana della Cucina Italiana nel Mondo), a project of the Italian government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation that celebrates the promotion of the Italian cuisine, has taken place around the globe between 18 to 24 November 2019. The presentation of the week-long event to the press and guests took place on the … Continue reading The Fourth Edition of the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World

A Temple Dinner with Buddhist Monk Jeong Kwan in Rome, Italy

With the fundamental role of promoting the Korean culture to Italy, the Istituto Culturale Coreano (Korean Cultural Institute), between 22 -25 May 2019, hosted the world-renowned Buddhist monk Jeong Kwan, popularized by her role as the protagonist of the TV program Chef’s Table on Netflix (season 3) on a series of events in Rome. On one of the special occasions, Jeong Kwan prepared a full … Continue reading A Temple Dinner with Buddhist Monk Jeong Kwan in Rome, Italy

Terrawine Festival 2019: Wine, Oil and the Land of Umbria

Terrawine Festival, a two-day event that celebrated the beautiful land of Umbria took place at the 10th-century Castle of Titigliano on the 11th and 12th of May 2019. The castle from the Medieval period is immersed in the picturesque soft green hills with neat rows of vineyards that  overlooks the serene Lake Corbara. A project of Centro Turistico Amerino (CTA) headed by Salvatore Alfieri, it … Continue reading Terrawine Festival 2019: Wine, Oil and the Land of Umbria

Campania Stories 2019: The Best Wines From The Preview Tasting

This year’s Campania Stories took place between 28 to 31 March 2019 in the small fishing village of Cetara. It lies along the world-famous Amalfi Coast, a stretch of coastline on the northern part of the Salerno Gulf on the Tyrrhenian Sea in southern Italy which in 1997 was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a stunning location that seems to have … Continue reading Campania Stories 2019: The Best Wines From The Preview Tasting

Reviving Garum at An Ancient Roman Themed Eight-Hands Dinner

Archeo Gourmet is an ancient Roman themed dinner that took place on the 20th of March, 2019 in Monte Due Torri Gourmet with the joint efforts of three chefs and a researcher specializing in different fields. Josè Amici, Chef Patron of Monte Due Torri Gourmet, the host restaurant, along with Chef Fabrizia Ventura, chef designer of Cook Design Italy, Pastry Chef Antonio Scarfone of L’Officina … Continue reading Reviving Garum at An Ancient Roman Themed Eight-Hands Dinner

The Grand Blogger Dinner 2019 in Rome, Italy

On 22 February, the second edition of The Grand Blogger Dinner took place again in Rome, Italy. The event, a part of the European tour in some key capitals organized by Alwin Pascal Jager, owner and Marketing Manager of Mr. Goodiebag from the Netherlands, was to put together 45 food and lifestyle bloggers of Rome, serving five courses, each sponsored by a food brand. The … Continue reading The Grand Blogger Dinner 2019 in Rome, Italy

Prato: One of Tuscany’s Hidden Gastronomic Cities

Stretching from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea with 23,000 square kilometers of land area in Central Italy, Tuscany is dotted with so many historical Medieval walled villages, castles, churches and abbeys amidst its picturesque landscape of soft rolling green hills with neatly combed rows of vineyards and orchards. Aside from what nature has bestowed the region and what the ancient population has constructed, it … Continue reading Prato: One of Tuscany’s Hidden Gastronomic Cities

Itinerant Tasting of Sensi Wines at The Pantheon Iconic Hotel in Rome, Italy

The tastings of wines don’t have to confine us in brightly-lit rooms with white walls while attending to quarter-filled glasses and scribbling of analyses in notebooks. Wine tasting is about relishing the precious alcoholic drink that has evolved from fruit to juice to wine, given by nature and perfected by the hands and minds of the people working behind the bottles. It has its own … Continue reading Itinerant Tasting of Sensi Wines at The Pantheon Iconic Hotel in Rome, Italy

So Wine So Food Magazine Starts a New Journey to Luxury

Before the year 2018 ended, So Wine So Food organized a gala where they unveiled their new magazine image for the coming year amidst Italy’s icons of luxury and prestige of Ferraris and Maseratis. A night of the stars, it took place in Sa.Mo.Car, a car showroom in Rome of two of the world’s best car brands. Highlighted in the event are four renowned chefs … Continue reading So Wine So Food Magazine Starts a New Journey to Luxury

Olio Colato Flumeri 2018: The Excellence of the Ravece Olive Cultivar in the Irpinia Hills

In a stunning panorama in the Italian region of Campania, the town of Flumeri lies in the Valley of Ufita, at the back of a hill at 638 meters above sea level and surrounded by two rivers, Ufita and Fiumarella. But deeper than its beauty, this enchanting landscape of rows of olive tree orchards bestows another offering to Flumeri. Because of the soils rich in … Continue reading Olio Colato Flumeri 2018: The Excellence of the Ravece Olive Cultivar in the Irpinia Hills

Taste of Roma 2018: Where You Taste Amazing Stellar Dishes in One Place

The seventh edition of Taste of Roma is another big hit with gourmet food lovers flocking the stalls of some of the best restaurants of Rome. Taste of Rome is an annual event that celebrates haute cuisine of the capital held at the spacious open-air Parco della Musica Auditorium of Rome that lasts for days. It is from 20 to 23 September 2018 (Thursday to … Continue reading Taste of Roma 2018: Where You Taste Amazing Stellar Dishes in One Place