Trovitalia, New App of Le Guide di Repubblica

Our phones may be fully-loaded with apps about everything single thing that we can imagine and I am guessing that includes a lot about traveling too. There’s another one that can be fundamental to have when your next travel takes you to Italy. Rome, Milan, Naples, Florence, Venice, Bologna, Turin, Bari, Lecce and Verona Under the direction of Giuseppe Cerasa, Le Guide di Repubblica just … Continue reading Trovitalia, New App of Le Guide di Repubblica

Roero Days 2018 in Piedmont, Italy

We are in Roero, in the region of Piedmont, at the northwest part of Italy. Positioned in the picturesque area of the Rocche and arriving to the left bank of Tanaro River, the landscape of Roero welcomes you with distinctive series of hills dotted with a number of magnificent castles, fruit orchards and combed vineyards. This hilly area is known for the production of Roero … Continue reading Roero Days 2018 in Piedmont, Italy

Enologica 2017 – Wines of Emilia-Romagna in Bologna, Italy

There’s a world hiding behind the shadow of the popular Lambruscos of Emilia-Romagna after all. Some thirty to forty years ago, the Lambrusco of Emilia-Romagna started its vast exportation to the world especially to the U.S. It has a light ruby-red color, frizzy, lightly-sweet to sweet and meant to be drunk young. It’s an easy drink especially for the women. Everyone loves it except for … Continue reading Enologica 2017 – Wines of Emilia-Romagna in Bologna, Italy

Campania Stories 2018 in Naples, Italy

Campania, a southern Italian region where the locals are fiercely proud of of their land and people. And they have every reason to be because they have a certain richness that contributes to the importance of Italy. A powerfully moving stretch of stunning coastline at the Amalfi Coast, the islands of Capri and Ischia, the beautiful rolling hills with small walled towns in the hinterland, … Continue reading Campania Stories 2018 in Naples, Italy

Vinitaly 2018, 52nd Edition in Verona, Italy

Like the previous editions, Vinitaly declared a great success as the participants had grown in numbers and quality.  Compared to last year’s numbers, the exhibiting companies arrived to a big number of 4,380 this year which is 130 more from last year, from 36 different countries. The visitors in the four-day event arrived to a big number of 128,000 hailing from 143 countries which is … Continue reading Vinitaly 2018, 52nd Edition in Verona, Italy

International Prokupac Day 2017 in Belgrade, Serbia

Prokupac, the celebrated indigenous red grape of Serbia, took the spotlight again on its second anniversary in Belgrade. I was among the forty people, all winelovers, who flew from all over the world, who were enthusiastic in uncovering the wines made from these grapes. These wines don’t get much attention outside Serbia since its small exportation is limited only to Germany, Netherlands, and Switzerland. On … Continue reading International Prokupac Day 2017 in Belgrade, Serbia

Eataly Wine Festival 2018 in Rome, Italy

It’s another weekend for wine enthusiasts as Eataly Wine Festival returned to the capital on the 4th and 5th days of May 2018 with some of the most renowned and important Italian wine names. At the third floor of Eataly Rome (Ostiense), from 18.00 to 01.00, the tasting of the wines is held with samples of more than 100 wines. With the price of €20, … Continue reading Eataly Wine Festival 2018 in Rome, Italy

Fallo alla Romana at Eataly Rome, Italy

Fallo alla Romana! We share the quality and the jolly ambience. Eataly Rome launches a new initiative dedicated to the traditional Roman cuisine with a special daily event every 19:00 to 23:00. On the 12th of April Eataly launched its new formula of “Fallo alla Romana” (Do It The Roman Way). It is based on the old Roman way of sharing the food and the … Continue reading Fallo alla Romana at Eataly Rome, Italy

Palazzo Montemartini in Rome, Italy: Dinner With the Chefs of Ragosta Hotels Collection

A particularly special dinner was dedicated to the new 2018 menus of the four Ragosta Hotels Collection last March 2018 at Palazzo Montemartini in Rome, Italy. Ragosta Hotels Collection is a group of four 5-star hotels in Rome, Amalfi Coast and Taormina. The locations of the four hotels are in some of Italy’s most beautiful corners. Palazzo Montemartini is in the heart of Rome, La … Continue reading Palazzo Montemartini in Rome, Italy: Dinner With the Chefs of Ragosta Hotels Collection

Il Circolo della Bottiglia at Eataly Rome, Italy

  At the Grande Enoteca of Eataly Rome in Ostiense, a very interesting wine tasting takes place on selected Friday evenings starting at 20:00. Last night, 20 April was the first appointment and it was all about bubbly wines from different parts of Italy. Paola Pozzoli, a sommelier and the manager of Grande Enoteca of Eataly Rome who conducted the tasting, opened 15 bottles of … Continue reading Il Circolo della Bottiglia at Eataly Rome, Italy

Roma Maxima: Stories, Places & Secrets of The Eternal City

Rome, a four-letter word that sends a tingling excitement to all the world travelers. A history that spans 3,000 years back, the historians convinced that it was exactly 21 April of 753 B.C. when this great city was founded. There is a legend that is strongly attached to its history. The story goes that Rome was named after its founder and first ruler, Romulus. Romulus … Continue reading Roma Maxima: Stories, Places & Secrets of The Eternal City

Queen Makeda Grand Pub: Crowdfunding for its Milan Branch

Queen Makeda Grand Pub, born in Rome in December 2014, is quite ready for its next branch in Milan. This time, it is approaching the project with a totally different method. It is using Equity Crowdfunding to collect investments from the public. The target is to gather €200,000 within 4 months (13 March to 20 July 2018) to help open its branch in Milan by … Continue reading Queen Makeda Grand Pub: Crowdfunding for its Milan Branch

Come Si Mangia L’Olio (How To Eat Oil): A Gastronomic Manual of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

How do you eat oil? Oil is not just an anonymous part of our dishes. It can play a fundamental role beside the protagonist of the dish because if used properly, the flavors of the whole dish can improve decisively. Come Si Mangia L’Olio, written by Andrea Leonardi, Filippo Falugiani and Marco Porvinciali is a bilingual (Italian and English) second practical manual of gastronomic matching … Continue reading Come Si Mangia L’Olio (How To Eat Oil): A Gastronomic Manual of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Korea Week: Four Hands Dinner With Sohyi Kim and Cristina Bowerman in Rome, Italy

Two cultures, two renowned chefs and two cuisines in one kitchen. Korea and Italy meet together in the hands of Sohyi Kim, a South Korean chef and a former judge of the cooking show MasterChef Korea and Cristina Bowerman, a Michelin-starred Italian chef and President of the Associazione Ambasciatori del Gusto (Association of Ambassadors of Taste). A press dinner was held at Cristina Bowerman’s restaurant … Continue reading Korea Week: Four Hands Dinner With Sohyi Kim and Cristina Bowerman in Rome, Italy