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A special thanks to Tessa and Jeroen from the Netherlands for participating in our Wine Tour in the Bolognese Hills. They are travelling across Italy by camper van, discovering the good and bad sides of our Country. Camping is ideal to switch off completely and find a quiet spot in …

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A new Artisanal Food Tour is now available combining two food products representing Italy in the world: pasta and pizza. Saying just pasta in Italy is kind of too general, considering that every region, every town has its own pasta size to be dressed with a particular sauce: spaghetti alla …

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Bologna, Top Foodie City

Bologna is one of the 5 Top Foodie Cities in Europe, according to the eminent blog A Luxury Travel Blog www.luxurytravelblog.com Italians know Bologna as the Learned, the Red, and the Fat. However, today the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region is proudly named “Foodie City” abroad. Who are Foodies? In …

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Toast with Pignoletto wine

Last Sunday our wine tour in the Bolognese Hills was first of all a chance to make a toast with a glass of Pignoletto wine, besides enjoying a wine tasting . Our guests, Carolyn and her friends from England left the hot city of Bologna to visit the surroundings and …

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Path into Nature and Creativity

The season for outdoor activities has definitively arrived and many people seek farms and beautiful landscape for their holidays. Our Educational Farms have launched a series of nature paths, walks, and creative labs directed to families to offer a day in direct contact with nature and creative activities to teach …

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Open wineries 2017

Open Wineries, edition no. 25, has just finished. This is an event promoted by the Wine Tourism Movement in which wine-makers open the doors of the wine kingdoms to the public, favoring direct contact with wine lovers. Us, Emilia Storytellers, we have been pleased to welcome foreign visitors at Lodi …

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Last May 13, we organized a rustic lunch at the winery for a group of Norwegian tourists ending their trip in the Bolognese Hills, after a cruise in the Mediterranean. This short lunch outdoor in a beautiful sunny day was a nice way to tell tourists about our local food …

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friends from Brasil

Thanks to our friends from Brazil

Last 11 and 14 April we welcomed a Brazilian family of Italian origin, Thiago Dalla Vecchia with his American wife Yael, and his parents Marisa and Vilson who came to visit Bologna from Caxias Do Sul. We organised for them our Artisanal Food Tour on the wines from the Bolognese …

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Local wine

Local wine equal bond with the land. A grape variety that has been lovely grown on that territory by a local vigneron thus becoming local people’s wine. Pignoletto is the most typical and distinctive wine of the province of Bologna. Historically produced in the Bolognese Hills from Grechetto Gentile grapes, …

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Food tour a Modena

Modena and Bologna, the heart of Emilia-Romagna

90-meter high, the “Ghirlandina” the bell tower of the Cathedral of Modena is the uncontested symbol of the town. Every Modenese person just loves it and feels at home as soon as he sees it. Same as for the Sanctuary of the Madonna of San Luca, the beloved “San Luca” …

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