The hamlets of Val di Fiemme, with their killer views and small museums, constitute part of Italy’s most prized cultural heritage sites. In addition to its stunning looks, products and culinary highlights, visiting this valley is a must for mountain ...Leggi altro
Amid new openings and vintage coffee bars getting a makeover, here’s where the coffee bar revolution is taking over the Eternal City
Japanese wine consumers are growing more and more every year. And they are expanding their wine horizons, diversifying their purchases.
International experiences with top-ranking chefs and a broad-ranging knowledge of techniques and trends empower Stefano Baiocco in his splendid Villa Feltrinelli. He uses them to convey the emotions and sensations, tactile and visual, that he finds in his daily contact ...Leggi altro
World of Coffee 2016 is one of the biggest events on specialty coffee around the world. Starting today, the festival is open to all coffeelovers and professional baristas.
According to Wine Enthusiast magazine, Alto Adige is one of the top 10 favourite destinations for wine lovers. For this reason, a new hotel chain is born: it's called Vinum Hotels and it's focused on the territory's best wines.
Many top quality Italian ingredients for gourmet sandwiches. A little food lab brings the best of made in Italy in the Spanish capital.
June means planning summer vacation. The lunch, dinner and aperitivo offer in Italy’s coastal resort cities is ample, but what about choice in caffeinated beverages? Mediterrnanean lovers, here’s our list of Italy’s best seaside coffee shops.
In her Petit restaurant inside the Hotel Royal e Golf, Maura Gosio offers the best of Valle d’Aosta products in her inspired cucina, classic and modern, elegant and homey.
Vinitaly 2016 was the ideal occasion for presenting La Venaria Reale Riserva. At the end of the 19th century, brilliant pastry chef Giulio Cocchi, an alchemist of flavor, first produced this Vermouth di Torino.