Bellissima Italia

Lake area & Franciacorta

Veneto

Tuscany

Emilia Romagna

Piedmont & Langhe

A delicious gastronomic Journey to northern Italy,
tailored exclusively to lovers of fine food and wine.

Discover Franciacorta, the Italian “Champagne.

This superb sparkling wine takes its name from the area in which it is produced, a splendid region of Lombardy’s Lake Area, a little over one hour drive east of Milan.

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The north-central part of the region, between the towns of Valdobbiadene, Vittorio Veneto, and Asolo, is the home of Prosecco, the most famous white of the north-east of Italy. It's very difficult that you've never heard about one of the glories of Italian enology.

And there are of course Valpolicella, and Amarone, Veneto’s great reds.

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Tuscany produces many fine red wines. In the Florence and Siena provinces are produced the famous Chianti Classico, the esteemed Brunello di Montalcino and the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.
Among the white wines are the Vernaccia di San Gimignano produced in an area between Siena, Pisa and Florence. Tuscan wines are according to Wine-Searcher.com, the only ones to match the French wines on the list of most sought-after wines.

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Home of Parmigiano-Reggiano, Balsamic Vinegar, Prosciutto di Parma, Tortellini, and much more is sure to satisfy the most discriminating gourmet. Visit Bologna “the fat” renowned for its culinary tradition, and considered by many as the gastronomic capital of Italy.

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A land of truly great wines produced on small family estates.

The main grape variety grown here is the distinguished Nebbiolo.
The “godfather of Italian reds” produces the famous velvety-red Barolo and Barbaresco, two of Piedmont’s most stylish wines.

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