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  • It all starts in an idyllic municipality in Piedmont, dominated by a castle surrounded by a medieval hamlet. Its most unique characteristic are the subterranean wine cellars. We are talking about an extended architectonic fortune of “Underground Cathedrals” that wiggle below the entire city for about 20 kilometers (12 miles), and disappear on different levels in the viscera of tufa hills (all the way to 32 meters/104 feet underground) thus creating really suggestive scenarios: real masterpieces of engineering and architecture.
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    N.L.(December 01, 2011)
    The classic wines of Piedmont will be brought to NYC by Cantina Sociale di Canelli. In partnership with the Italian Trade Commission, they have organized special tasting opportunities for the trade and the press in some of the city’s top Italian restaurants
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    M. M.(August 26, 2010)
    After the successes in Piedmont and Japan, on August 31 the Italian “patron of high quality foods” Oscar Farinetti will open a 50,000 sqf wine&food megastore in New York named “Eataly”. “More than offering 100% Italian products, Eataly is more about the spirit of Italy, so it will also offer great local things coming from the surrounding areas”, said Joe Bastianich who, together with his long-time partner and renowned chef Mario Batali, is one of the main sponsors of the initiative
  • Dining in & out: Articles & Reviews
    Benedetta Grasso(August 20, 2010)
    While visiting the campus of the University of Gastronomic Studies in Pollenzo, Italy, we met Carlo Petrini, founder of "Slow Food" and director of the university. We discussed the history of the movement, food diversity and Italian cuisine in the United States.
  • The region of Piedmont and the Chamber of Commerce of Cuneo bring to the American gourmets two delicacies of their territories: the white truffle of Alba and the Barolo and Barbaresco wines.
  • The region of Piedmont and the Chamber of Commerce of Cuneo bring to the American gourmets two delicacies of their territories: the white truffle of Alba and the Barolo and Barbaresco wines

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