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The event, organized by "Borgonovo city of Gastronomy ChefToChef", will bring the excellence of local food and wine to the shadow of the municipal fortress with an eye to the culture and tradition of local specialties: "Water and flour are minimal ingredients, only apparently poor, which form the basis of a diet that over the centuries has fed generations of people consolidating, at the same time, a culture and an identity around which our society has been built - comments Isa Mazzocchi , starred chef of the restaurant "La Palta" in Bilegno (fraction of Borgonovo), vice president of ChefToChef and referent of "Borgonovo City of gastronomy ChefToChef" - Think of the batarò, born as an empirical system to check if the temperature of the oven was right for cooking bread and become, with the addition of cured meats or sugar for the children, a snack that has given moments that have remained etched in the memory of many of us, starting with me". The culture of food, the promotion of local specialties and food education are the themes that will be developed during the day of 4 June through numerous initiatives and appointments. From the morning on, the rich program includes, at the foot of the Rocca Municipale, the Mercato del Buono with numerous Piacenza and Emilian excellences: from vegetables to crackers, from honey to bread and sweets, from asparagus to fries, from traditional Modena vinegar to saffron up to the home mills and the typical chisöla with cracklings of Borgonovo Val Tidone. From 11 there will also be space for families with the installation of the Tree of Wishes, an emotional laboratory for young and old curated by Antonia Lusenti, while at 4 pm there will be the inauguration of the Personal Collection Art Exhibition by Alessio Sterbizzi "A painting for the heart" in the Auditorium of the Rocca Municipale, a fortress that at 4.30 pm it will be possible to discover from the inside thanks to a guided tour by Atlante Guide. At 17.30 one of the key events of the day will be held in the courtyard of the Rocca Municipale, the conference “ Health comes by eating... but what are you eating? ”. Prominent speakers will be present such as the university professor Ettore Capri , Angelo Capitelli of the award-winning Capitelli ham factory in Borgonovo, Ludovica and Maria Antonia Lusenti , Luca Farina and the dietician Monica Maj . The meeting will be moderated by the journalist Laura Maragliano , director of "Sale&Pepe". At 18.30 the "Pane da salame" competition will start, born from an idea by Michele Milani, which will see local bakers competing to win the title: Luca Farina, Stefano Chieregato and Pierluigi Dallagiovanna will sit on the jury. At 7 pm, the food stands will open in the former monastery area: there will be Manuela and Danila Ratti with their "bortolina", Claudio Cesena with the "sanguis" (dialectal term used to indicate the sandwich), Isa Mazzocchi with the batarò , Roberto Mera with his pastry shop and the Pro Loco of Borgonovo with the chisöla with cracklings. From Ravenna, a land devastated by the floods of recent days, the chefs Matteo Salbaroli and Mattia Borroni will arrive with their piadina, confirming how the desire to restart a territory also and above all passes from one's cultural and gastronomic identity. Finally, there will be the fermented wines of Vitivinicola Lusenti di Ziano, Vitivinicola Saccomani di Lugagnano, Vitivinicola Cordani di Carpaneto and Braghieri di Strà. For the entire duration of the event Radio 51 Melody will be the soundtrack of the day with its music.
Many square events to accompany towards a new perception of food. For the first time, Gusti.a.Mo will also host the Palio del Parmigiano.
These are the directors: Carlo Bonomi, Gabriele Buia, Antonio Cellie, Roberto Ghisellini, Simona Greco, Annalisa Molinari, Franco Mosconi, Roberto Ravazzoni, Andrea Zanlari, from this shortlist, the Shareholders' Meeting of Fiere di Parma has also identified Prof. Franco Mosconi the new President and Carlo Bonomi the Vice President.
Stock Spirits , one of the leaders in the spirits sector in Central-Eastern Europe, which produces, markets and distributes a wide range of high quality brands globally, was highly appreciated at the Rome Bar Show , registering a large presence of professional operators , experts, enthusiasts and journalists who have come to visit its three stands. In almost 140 years of history, Stock has always been able to interpret market trends, as a producer of brands such as Brandy Stock 84 , Limoncè (leader in the limoncello category), the award-winning Keglevich vodka and the portfolio of Distilleries Franciacorta as well as a distributor of the brands of Beam Suntory (starting from the rapidly growing whiskey and premium gin ), of Nordés , of Dictador and of IOVEM Spirits Group. Particular success for the Group stand (C12), with Roku gin, Toki whiskey and Haku vodka , which represent the Japanese references of House of Suntory , the Colombian Dictador rums, the Nordés gin which takes its name from the Galician wind , the iconic Keglevich vodka and two new products: the Black Sinner coffee liqueur , made up of a 100% Arabica and 100% natural blend and IOVEM presented in its new packaging . The stand was also enlivened by the numerous events with barmen from all over Italy to discover the most innovative cocktails. Great turnout also at stand E07 , dedicated to the range of Scotch Malt Laphroaig , historic distillery that has been making high quality scotch whiskey on an island off the coast of Scotland for over 200 years, and to American Bourbons : Jim Beam , the best-selling bourbon in the world, Maker's Mark , handcrafted bourbon that's full of flavor and easy to drink, and Knob Creek , made only in small batches and aged for 9 years in American oak barrels. Finally, on the terrace of the Palazzo di Congressi, in the area dedicated to tequila and mexcal, stand M07 aroused great interest, entirely reserved for the ultra-premium Mijenta tequila from Mexico. We have always worked to offer the highest quality products capable of responding to the needs of consumers at different points and occasions of consumption and it is a source of great pride and satisfaction for us to see our stands so crowded from the early hours of the day at the Rome Bar Show " – enthusiastically declares Valentina Simonetta, marketing director of Stock Italia . “It is truly true that a new phase has begun in the beverage world and Stock will continue to work to be an increasingly solid point of reference for all Ho.Re.Ca. professionals. Italian". STOCK SPIRITS ITALY. Founded in 1884 by Lionello Stock, in Trieste, it has been listed on the stock exchange since 2013. To date, it has two production sites and 71 employees. The Italian business unit belongs to an investment fund and manages a huge portfolio of brands that attract connoisseurs from all over the world. It is part of the Stock Spirits Group, leader in the spirits sector in Central and Eastern Europe, which distributes globally a wide range of high quality European brands and operates in eight countries around the world; it has four production sites, 70 brands and sells in 50 countries.
Also this year CASONI returns to the Rome Bar Show, the eagerly awaited event entirely dedicated to the world of beverage and mixology.
Gin Tabar Bergamotto Casoni originates where tradition and novelty meet.
Concern in Veneto, Puglia and Sicily for stocks of 56.5 million hectoliters, about 5.3% more than in 2022, especially of PDO and IGT wines (about 80% of the total). This scenario actually characterizes other regions as well, such as Abruzzo, Tuscany, Lombardy, Lazio, Campania. The main responsibility is given to an inflation of 8% in Italy which would induce consumers to reduce their purchases of wine in favor of pasta and meat. In particular, the growth of one of the most famous Veneto wines, Prosecco, tends to zero, but it is hoped to be able to manage inventories by not deviating much from the level of 2022. There seem to be two solutions to this crisis: resorting to art. 39 of the Consolidated text on wine with yield cuts, harvest reserves and freezing of planting rights, or make use of the so-called emergency distillation, i.e. the transformation of wine into alcohol and disinfectants. The first option, already chosen by some regions, is certainly penalizing, while the second, although more comfortable, is not convincing due to the risk that the low withdrawal price of the wine will also drag future market prices down.
Promotion and communication are the objectives of the first cycle of 17 meetings to promote the development and progress in the food sector in Sicily.
WINE: EXPORTERS RESEARCH, 'DESPITE WAR THE ITALIAN BOOM IS IN RUSSIA'.
A selection of the best wines produced by the Abbey of Novacella (Bressanone), in particular the Praepositus line, will be featured from 2nd to 4th June in the cloister of the abbey of Fossanova di Priverno (Latina), on the occasion of the second edition of "Vini d'Abbazia”, the event designed to commemorate the role that, since the Middle Ages, convents and abbeys have had not only in the production of wine, but also in the preservation of vines that otherwise would have been lost. The appointment not to be missed is for 18 on 2 June, when a guided tasting of some labels of the prestigious Praepositus line is scheduled, which represents the epitome in terms of excellence and longevity of the wines of the Novacella Abbey. The aim of this line, made up of 8 white wines, 2 red wines and 2 sweet wines, has always been to represent the territory at the highest levels. Among the whites, they include Müller Thurgau, Sylvaner, Grüner Veltliner, Kerner, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon, Gewürztraminer, Riesling and Sylvaner Stiftsgarten 2019 from a single vineyard. Among the reds, there are Pinot Nero Riserva, Lagrein Riserva and Pinot Nero Riserva Vigna Oberhof 2019 from a single vineyard. Among the desserts, Moscato Rosa and Kerner Passito. Werner Waldboth , sales and marketing director of Abbazia di Novacella , who will lead the masterclass on June 2, comments: “ Since its foundation, which dates back to 1142, this Augustinian monastery has been able to count on various vineyards, wonder for the landscape and pleasure for the palate, as well as on farmsteads and land. As early as 1177, Pope Alexander III recognized the ownership of vineyard land to the monastery. Then, following donations, bequests, purchases and exchanges, the Abbey came into possession over the centuries of a conspicuous heritage of vineyards in the midst of which it is still immersed. The Fossanova appointment from 2nd to 4th June will certainly be an opportunity to tell once again the importance of great wines linked to the history and culture of the territory in which they are born ”. Today Abbazia di Novacella manages two farms: the first is located in Novacella and has 6 hectares of vineyards, 12 hectares of orchards and 0.2 hectares of herbaria; the second, Tenuta Marklhof, also owned by the convent, is instead located in Cornaiano and can count on 22 hectares of vineyards, 13 hectares of orchards and 24 hectares of woods. The Abbey also owns 700 hectares of forest and 400 hectares of highland pastures which are partly used as a hunting reserve. The annual production of the winery is around 850,000 bottles – made up of 80% white wines and 20% reds – distributed in the region and in Italy through its own network of agents, as well as abroad with importers present in around 40 countries.
From Friday to Sunday, the last weekend of Gemme di Gusto, the series of events organized by the members of the Strada del Vino e dei Sapori del Trentino to welcome spring.
How to discover the Valle di Cembra area, its zero km products and its characteristic landscape? On Saturday 27 May the “Baiti En Festa” event reveals it: a 4 km food and wine walk among the country “baiti” around the town of Palù di Giovo and the dry stone walls to discover traditional flavours.
There is time until 9 June to register for the XX Müller Thurgau International Wine Competition and the XXXVI Müller Thurgau: Vino di Montagna review , organized by the Cembra Valley Exhibition Committee to enhance this representative vine of the territory through two important opportunities for meeting and discussion with the productions of other suitable areas, in Italy and abroad. To do this, simply connect to the iscrizioni.mostramullerthurgau.it website and enter the dry Müller Thurgau still, sparkling and sparkling or sweet and fortified Müller Thurgau you intend to nominate, filling in the required information fields and then sending the non-commercial samples. On Friday 23 June the commissions of judges will therefore be brought together, made up of technicians including sector journalists, sommeliers from the various reference associations and oenologists, to carry out the blind tastings in which each wine will be analyzed as a whole on the basis of the evaluation method of the 'Union Internationale des Oenologues. The final result of each wine will be determined by the arithmetic mean of the individual judgements, after elimination of the highest and lowest score. The minimum score for the assignment of distinctions is 80/100 with the limit of 30% of the winners compared to the total wines in the competition but, to make the competition more challenging, additional rules have been introduced this year. The Grand Gold Medal remains for scores equal to or greater than 90 cents , while the Gold Medals are recognized for scores between 85 and 89 cents but up to a maximum of 10% of the total wines in the competition , minus any Grand Medals of Gold. And so the Silver Medals, reserved for scores higher than 82 cents, cannot exceed 20% of the total wines in the competition, minus any Grand Gold Medals and Gold Medals, as well as the Bronze ones (for scores higher than at 80 cents and up to a maximum of 30% of the wines in the competition, excluding medals already delivered). For wines included in 30% of the winners , Special Mentions may be added in reference to the Best Italian Wine categories; Best foreign wine; Best sparkling wine; Best sweet wine; Best long-lived wine (ie from years prior to the current one). The announcement of the winners will take place on Friday 7 July, starting at 8.30 pm , during the second day of the XXXVI Müller Thurgau: Vino di Montagna review , organized with the support of Trentino Marketing and the coordination of the Trentino Wine and Flavors Route as part of the promotion of the provincial wine events called #trentinowinefest. Andrea Amadei, professional sommelier, speaker of the Decanter radio show, face of Mezzogiorno in Cucina with Antonella Clerici and Director of the magazine "The Art of Wine" will present. The wines also entered in the review can be tasted from Thursday 6 to Sunday 9 July in the halls of Palazzo Maffei, in Cembra. Event profile The international review Müller Thurgau: Vino di Montagna is organized by the Cembra Valley Exhibition Committee, with the support of Trentino Marketing and the coordination of the Trentino Wine and Flavors Route as part of the promotion of the provincial wine events called #trentinowinefest, as well to the collaboration of the Autonomous Province of Trento, APT Fiemme Pinè Cembra, Valle di Cembra Community, BIM dell'Adige, Municipality of Cembra Lisignago, Municipality of Giovo, Municipality of Altavalle, Edmund Mach Foundation, Consorzio Vini del Trentino, Istituto Tutela Grappa del Trentino, Cassa Rurale Rotaliana and Giovo, Cassa di Trento, Lavis, Mezzocorona and Valle di Cembra. Müller Thurgau profile Born between 1882 and 1891 from the crossing of Riesling Renano and Madeleine Royal by the hand of prof. Hermann Müller, Müller Thurgau is a vine that ripens best in the mountains and which has found its ideal habitat in the Cembra Valley, an area sheltered by mountains and woods and characterized by porphyritic soils and strong temperature variations. From the vinification of its grapes, a white wine is obtained with a pale straw yellow color with greenish reflections, a very evident aromatic component, with hints of aromatic herbs, elderberry, tropical fruit and citrus fruits. Savory, mineral, with pleasant acidity: typical characteristics of mountain wines.
Appointments suitable for adults and children but also for four-legged friends are on the calendar. The Art-Winery exhibitions also continue until October.
Success for the first edition of Monferrato Wine Festival thanks to the numerous initiatives proposed within the Castle of Costigliole d'Asti.
With a busy calendar of meetings and seminars, the Consortium intends to support operators in communicating the great potential of Custoza wine and its blend in the best possible way , providing the tools to do so in always up-to-date and contemporary ways. Having archived the parenthesis of international fairs , which saw the Consortium engaged in tasting masterclasses addressed to the press and operators during Vinitaly and ProWein and in Denmark, the program for this period focuses in particular on training activities in the area. Strongly convinced that the growth of the denomination also passes through educational activities, the Consortium has directed a considerable budget of the PNRR funding program approved for 2023 to training. Thanks to this important aid from MASAF (Ministry of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty and Forestry) the Consortium was able to present the denomination and make the unique characteristics of Custoza known to hotel schools and technical institutes. The first part of the training activity, dedicated to schools in the sector, ended on Friday 19 May, which saw the Consortium meet as many as 10 classes for a total of over 150 students. The institutes involved were the IPSAR Carnacina of Valeggio sul Mincio, the IPSOA Berti institute of Caldiero and the Tusini institute of Bardolino. Through the days dedicated to the girls and boys of the hotel, technical and tourist institutes , the Consortium brings new vigor to one of the pillars of its activity: supporting companies, whether they are wineries, catering businesses or hotels in the Garda area, in the creation of a virtuous system that makes the culture of hospitality the driving force for an entire territory. The direct training activity for catering and hotel hospitality operators in Verona and Garda will start in the coming weeks in collaboration with Federalberghi, which immediately appreciated the idea and the Consortium's willingness to invest in the service skills of the wine, such an important product for the area, enthusiastically welcoming this possibility of collaboration. The topics covered will start from the importance of wine in catering with insights into wine service techniques and pairings; local wines will be explored with particular focus on Custoza. << The common thread of our training initiatives is the awareness of what our denomination has to offer: whether this awareness is to be acquired, such as for young people who choose to dedicate their training to hospitality, whether it is to always provide new tools to the most experienced operators, which can only strengthen their potential >> says Roberta Bricolo, president of the Custoza DOC Wine Protection Consortium. << We are convinced that the best ambassadors of a territory are the people who welcome tourists and visitors every day, and this leads us to observe the maître d', the chefs, the sommeliers, but also the cellar operators, the oenologists and the winegrowers tomorrow with great attention. It is in this direction that the work of the Youth Commission, set up by our new Board of Directors, will take shape>>. The activity is financed by MASAF ref. AlD.D. no. 553922 of 28 October 2022 – cup J88H22001350008
The innovative format, conceived and managed directly by the institution, will explore the wines and vines of the Berico area. On air every Sunday at 1.30pm from 21 May on 7 Gold.
The Trophy, now in its third edition, was awarded at the end of three days of advanced training with seminars, meetings and guided tours on the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This is the meaning of the study day "Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Sustainability" which was held at the St Regis hotel in Rome and which saw the participation of the Minister of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty and Forestry, the Hon. Francesco Lollobrigida. Divided into three separate round tables, the day was an important opportunity for reflection with all the representatives of the olive oil supply chain, in the awareness that the sustainability of the supply chain itself must be experienced as an essential value by all the players who work there, starting olive growers to reach the final consumer, engaged together in a path that responds to the specific problems and real needs of each one. At the end of her speech, Alessia and Giovanni Zucchi donated to the Minister Hon. Francesco Lollobrigida the "Guidelines for the evaluation and communication of the sustainability of Italian olive oils". The result of an interdisciplinary work that lasted more than three years and developed with the contribution of a Scientific Committee of professors and experts active in some of the most prestigious Italian universities, the Guidelines are a fundamental tool for qualifying and communicating the sustainability of olive oil, in the different areas in which it is divided: environmental, social, economic and nutritional. “In such a delicate historical moment, it is necessary that the entire supply chain - from farm to fork - converge on a single certification of the Sustainability of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. I strongly believe in this project and for this I am honored to have supported the Scientific Committee that created the Guidelines". Commented Giovanni Zucchi, who since 2016 has poured his utmost effort into promoting sustainability in the oil sector, for the growth of the entire supply chain. Pillar of the Mediterranean diet, Italian olive oil is one of the products that best express the values that make Made in Italy food a reference of absolute quality, not only in Europe but throughout the world. For this reason it is essential that, in line with the indications of the European "from Farm to Fork" strategy, the Italian olive-oil supply chain quickly and most effectively takes up the challenge towards a transition to management systems capable of combining the highest quality of the product with the highest guarantees of sustainability. This is the basic theme on which the study day "Extra virgin olive oil and sustainability" developed, held today at the St. Regis hotel in Rome, with the participation of the Minister of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty and Forests, the Hon. Francesco Lollobrigida and representatives of the entire supply chain. In welcoming those present, Alessia Zucchi introduced the meaning of the day: to mark an important step in the growth path of Italian olive oil. A growth path to which Alessia and Giovanni contribute with the strength and passion inherited from their recently deceased father Vito, who was a key figure and example of enlightened entrepreneurship for the entire Italian and international olive oil world. Next, Prof. Giovanni Mattia (Roma Tre University ) presented the research on the "Perceived sustainability of EVO Oil: the Consumer's point of view", from which a better and more effective interaction between production and consumption emerged as a fundamental need. A reference to the role of the institutions, which the Minister of Agriculture, Food Sovereignty and Forests, Hon. Francesco Lollobrigida effectively resumed in his speech. In fact, the Minister underlined how, given the lower production linked in recent years to objective causes such as drought and the spread of Xylella fastidiosa in Puglia, the decision to focus on sustainability would make it possible to reverse the trend with a medium-long term strategy , or in any case to distinguish Italy for what is its greatest peculiarity: quality. THE FIRST ROUND TABLE: "Sustainability in the olive-oil supply chain: the voice of the experts looking to the future" The first round table highlighted the purpose and value of the "Guidelines", collecting the opinions of the members of the Scientific Committee that contributed to their drafting, on some of the fundamental aspects concerning the sustainability of the olive and oil supply chain. The moderator Pietro Senaldi (co-director of the newspaper Libero) , in presenting the group of speakers, underlined the overall value of the various professionals and of the networking and coordination achieved between the various universities, in dialogue with the stakeholders. Several elements of interest emerged, bearing witness to the great work done. Prof Ettore Capri (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart) highlighted how the competitiveness of our olive oil supply chain can no longer be based solely on the intrinsic quality of the product, but must be supported by an approach which, combining modernity and tradition, develops on the axis fundamental to sustainability. Moreover, with reference to environmental sustainability, Prof. Antonio Finizio (University of Milan Bicocca ) emphasized how the Italian olive cultivation has peculiarities which, in the spirit of the Guidelines, could transform it into a virtuous model, starting from elements today considered fragile. The same agricultural and productive fragmentation that has always characterized our supply chain, while on the one hand can make its management more complex, on the other offers exceptional opportunities for enhancing biodiversity and the territory. On the contrary, underlined Prof. Fabio Iraldo (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa ), a further element characterizing these Guidelines is precisely in the fact that sustainability is not seen as an element that ends within the supply chain itself, but rather as a way of operating that places the olive oil supply chain in a network dimension with all the subjects who create value in the area. In this sense, integration with parallel and complementary food supply chains, enhancement of the landscape, synergy with tourist and restaurant facilities are just some of the elements considered to give substance to sustainability also on an economic and social level. Without forgetting nutritional sustainability, on which Prof. Raffaele Sacchi (University of Naples Federico II ) insisted who, describing the recognized health prerogatives of Italian extra virgin olive oil, highlighted how it is able to respond better and better to the growing demand for well-being that consumers express and which is a manifestation of the need for true sustainability, considered in all its aspects. In this regard, Dr. Luna Aristei (Luiss Guido Carli Rome) recalled how the regulatory scenario in which the Guidelines are placed has seen several developments in terms of sustainability in recent years. Alongside the technical rules relating to production, distribution and trade, an element of particular attention - also mentioned by Minister Lollobrigida - concerns the rules intended to regulate communication to consumers. The development of sustainability labels and the front pack label envisaged by the Farm to Fork strategy are today the terrain of a bitter confrontation which highlights the enormous importance of dialogue with consumers. The SECOND ROUND TABLE. First part: "Sustainability in the olive-oil supply chain: the foundations" The Guidelines have been formulated on the basis of a careful analysis of what already exists and are also the result of discussions with those who, in recent years, have laid the foundations for promoting sustainability as a growth driver in the olive oil supply chain, providing important contributions for a systemic approach, which does not neglect any link in the supply chain itself. In the initial part of the second round table, the moderator Pietro Senaldi therefore called on the speakers to testify the experience of some of the most important national realities active certainly not from today on the theme of sustainability.
On Thursday 9 March 2023, the interregional competition Premio OLIO GARDA DOP is back for students of the hotel institutes of the three regions on which the denomination insists: Veneto, Lombardy and Trentino.
The only company to win recognition in the Tuscany Food Awards 2022 "Oil" category is Querciamatta, located in Monsummano Terme in the province of Pistoia, with its two IGP Tuscan Organic and 100% Italian Organic labels, tasted and evaluated by the jury of experts .
The farm is an old country house full of charm and history, completely surrounded by greenery and just a few minutes from the center of Verona. Located near Verona, in via Gardesane, it is about 16 km from Lake Garda, 7 km from the Verona Nord motorway exit and from Catullo Airport. It is connected by several bus services to pharmacies, shops, supermarkets and shopping centres, all within a radius of 2 km. The architectural complex, whose original nucleus of houses dates back to the 1500s, includes a neoclassical private church dedicated to Sant'Ignazio di Loyola. Inside the structure, Villa Cartolari - immersed in a pleasant garden full of trees - is a typical double-scale manor house with a symmetrical and elegant style. It consists of a sixteenth-century central body enlarged in the following centuries. The adjacent building dates back to the 17th century and has kept much of its original shape and the fine decorations that embellish the facade. The Corte Piccola is delimited by a body of farmhouses which exhibit the typical traits of rural architecture, with Renaissance porticoes and arches. The farm is the ideal residence for those who want to experience an authentic and healthy place without giving up comfort. Its position is the perfect combination: it guarantees tranquility and contact with nature while being just a few minutes from both the city and a large network of services. Investing in a farm is an opportunity to combine the scents and colors of the Italian countryside with access to beautiful and renowned Italian tourist attractions such as Verona and Lake Garda. Cleverly alternating shared space and private space, the structure offers the right privacy with the freedom to socialise. Functional and recreational spaces, such as parking lots, garages, swimming pools, tennis courts and playgrounds, could be wonderfully integrated into the green area. Structure AC residential buildings to be restored 3632.03 sq m Religious building 163.52 sq m BD residential buildings to be built 3249.27 sq m TOTAL RESIDENTIAL AREA 7044.91 sq m Underground parking 1900 m2 with 76 spaces External parking 1850 m2 with 65 seats TOTAL Homes, parking and gardens 3.5 hectares Agricultural land 30 hectares TOTAL hectares 33.5
Hills of Osimo land with orchard and farmhouse to fix, excellent investment
The winery is located a few kilometers from Portogruaro in the area of DOC wines of Lison-Pramaggiore
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