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Let’s cook!

posted by Home In Italy on November 30th, 2015

Cooking is culture, conviviality and creativity, and a cooking class is the funniest way to learn about the traditions of the county you are visiting. It is possible to have a private teacher to come to your villa or it is possible to attend a cooking class in a resort in the South of Umbria, near Todi, the Fattoria di Vibio.

At the Fattoria di Vibio, qualified experts will lead you to discover the typical food of Umbria and the cooking classes can be held in a single day or can last up to 3 days, for an unforgettable experience, where fantasy is the best dressing for creating a successful recipe!

Fattoria di Vibio

Wine & food experience in Umbria

posted by Home In Italy on November 4th, 2015

Americans prefer Kurni, Sassicaia, Barolo and Amarone (Il Sole 24 Ore) – Milan, 29 May

In the US people like red and high quality wine ‘. “In 2015 we have increased the export by 30%,” says Roberto Angelini, the owern of Properzio Group, a company based in Spello (Umbria) which has been spreading the Italian excellence in the world for seven generations. The United States represents the 50% of Properzio turnover. “Italy has a lot to offer, so much to be the first country to export wine to the US”, continues Mr Angelini, “and when we talk about excellence in the States, we are referring to Kurni, Sassicaia, Barolo, Sagrantino and Amarone”. According to the OIV (International Organisation of Vine and Wine), in the 2013 the U.S.A. were the first country in the consumption of wine, with Italy as leader supplier, ahead of France.

Enoteca Properzio is set in an ancient building dating back to 1550 and part of the famous Palazzo dei Canonici, next to the Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore, in Spello. Legend has it that here lived and worked Pinturicchio, one of the greatest Italian artist of the 1400. The Enoteca offers different areas, for private wine tasting and excellent cooking classes.
Free Wine Tasting at Properzio, Spello for homeinitaly.com customers.

10 towns to visit in Italy during Autumn

posted by Home In Italy on November 3rd, 2015

Van Gogh, Cezanne, Gauguin, Monet, Matisse, Picasso, the avant-garde of the ’900 are all in Genoa for an exhibition event hosted at Palazzo Ducale. From the impressionists to Picasso, the exhibition consists of 52 masterpieces coming from the Detroit Institute of Arts which will remain in the city until next 10th April 2016.

A perfect opportunity to spend a weekend in Genoa: walk along the medieval center, visit the Palazzi Rolli (the aristocratic buildings of the city), stop to eat pasta with pesto, chicken and tripe.

10 towns to visit in Italy during Autumn

posted by Home In Italy on October 22nd, 2015

There is one good reason to visit the medieval town of Alba during autumn: until November 15th there is the White Truffle Fair, which is not only a very good excuse to taste the best dishes of Piedmont and its wines, but also to discover a new cultural and artistic side of this village and the Langhe area.
the white truffle fair until the 15 of November
During the fair, in fact, there will be parades, exhibitions, concerts. There’s something for everyone!

landscape of the Piedimont countryside