Heavenly Emilia Romagna is a territory characterized by its rich culinary and local traditions held since ancient times.
The variety of fragrances and colours of the mountain and sea landscapes are reflected in the colourful and varied cuisine that has made this region famous for its culinary excellence. Some of the most renowned examples include Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto di Parma, Modena aromatic vinegar, culatello di Zibello, Cervia sea salt. There are so many that it’s impossible to remember all of them! Famous wines of the region include Lambrusco and Sangiovese. Only in this region will you find 19 Musei del Gusto (taste museums).
Venturini Baldini is a beautiful 130 ha winery and balsamic vinegar estate situated in the historical hills of Matilde di Canossa in Emilia. Dating ba...
Borgo Condé Wine Resort is located in Emilia Romagna, 10 minutes awayd from Forlì, in the heart of the 110 hectares of the Condé estate, wonderful sur...
Levizzano Rangone (MO)
The Ca’ Montanari farm estate nestles in stunning farmed countryside, extending over45 hectaresof rolling hills on the outskirts of the little village...
Emilia Romagna: The territory
The bustle due to the wine tourism in Emilia Romagna can be felt everywhere and is reflected in the friendliness of the locals, in particular in the wineries, where hospitality is the key priority. This region offers its guests 15 different wine and food routes spread throughout the region (Lambrusco, Gutturnio, Albana di Romagna just to mention the most famous wines). But once you are here be sure not to miss the beautiful art cities and old villages like Brisighella with its cliffs and Castell’Arquato, a unique example of rare beauty, witness of ancient times.
Further wine routes
Every Wednesday in July and August from 7pm to 11pm.
Wine tastings and events dedicated to the world of wines.
Guide to wine tourism
Holiday ideas to discover the most important food and wine tours of Italy.