Our journey begins in the land closest to us, Piedmont. Piemonte in Italian literally means “at the foot of the mountains” – actually some of the highest peaks in the alps, like our Monte Rosa, are located in Piemonte…

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Perhaps no wine-growing area of Italy has been “victim” of its success as Valpolicella, land of great reds, such as the famous “Valpolicella Ripasso” and the imperial “Amarone”. We would share wine experiences where everyone brought bottles from their region…

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The financial and industrial heart of Italy, Lombardy has much more to offer than just the Milan fashion and design scene, the landmark “Duomo” or Leonardo da Vinci’s amazing “The Last Supper”. Football fans will probably think of AC Milan and Inter and the San Siro Stadium, also known as “La Scala” of football, whereas opera fans will dream of the real “La Scala” theatre. Milan is Milan – but Lombardy is much larger than the city and its industrial hinterland.

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Sweet rolling hills, steep mountain sides, white peaks over the blue sea, islands like Elba and Giglio, rivers, white marble… all of it covered in forests of oak and chestnut trees, olive groves, vineyards, cypress tress, wheat and sunflower fields…

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