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It was tractors that first bore his signature. Affordable, sturdy, and practical. Essential for reviving the post-war agriculture. We are in the lowlands of Romagna, in that vast plain which is still recovering from the heavy damage inflicted by the flood …

Who doesn’t enjoy a glass or two of bubbly every once in a while? Champagne or prosecco, dry or sweet, bubbles are key, so it’s not a surprise that ensuring there are many (and that they last) has been the …

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Is there anything as amazing as finding someone to share a dream with and make it a reality? Jean Rivaldi and Francesca Peretto managed to do just that when they came together to create Vero Viaggio, an Italian language and culture experience like no other.  Jean’s …

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Ah, the perennial charm of Italy! Our land is steeped in history, art, and undeniably, it is a culinary paradise. But what could be better than enjoying scrumptious Italian food? Perhaps pairing it with fine wine and excellent company, all …

Summer may be wrapping up, but tourist season in Italy remains vibrant into the temperate months of fall. The languid heat of summer is fading while cooler temps coax plump grapes and rotund olives to prepare for harvest. Festivals are …


A few years ago, I wrote a brief article for our beloved newspaper, exploring the idea that Italian was considered the “Language of Love.” Despite my own affinity for French – I speak it, love it, and find it irresistible! …

Turin: the first capital of Italy, a beautiful city steeped in magnificent baroque architecture, verdant parks, and crowned like magic by the Alps. A place of tradition and history, where something unexpected is unfolding.  Many know that Turin’s region, Piemonte, is …

As summer arrives, between sunny days and balmy evenings, there’s a distinct sign that tells us the hot season is truly here—the familiar sound of the Cornetto Algida commercials playing on our televisions. For us Italians, these commercials have become …

 Among the olive groves and vineyards of sun-drenched Southern Italy, you can find a touch of the New World and, no, I’m not talking about tomatoes… Amid warm, rocky terrains, adorned by the sun’s brilliant touch, we find a plant that seems …

At the heart of Italian cuisine lies an art form that stood the test of time: the art of preserving food. This tradition, deeply rooted in the past, is celebrated as a symbol of respect for nature, seasons, and even as …


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