Wines and flavours in Emilia Romagna

Wines and flavours in Emilia Romagna



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1st day: Modena – Carpi

Arrival and check-in at the hotel or agriturismo in Modena or surroundings. Guided tour in Modena city centre focusing on gourmet places; food market, special food shops. Lunch in a trattoria with traditional menu. Afternoon: guided tour of Carpi old city centre. Visit to a production of Lambrusco DOC wine with guided tasting. Welcome dinner in a restaurant. Overnight stay.

2nd day: Spilamberto – Vignola

Morning: transfer to Spilamberto, guided tour of the city centre, of the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar Museum and Consorteria in Villa Fabriani. Visit of the Ordine del Nocino (walnut liqueur). Lunch in restaurant. Transfer to Vignola and guided tour of the Contrari Castle. Visit of a production of Prosciutto di Modena DOP. Dinner in restaurant with a Gnocco fritto and Crescentine menu. Overnight stay.

3rd day: Bologna – Dozza

Morning: transfer to Bologna, guided tour of the city centre focusing on food and wine sites, the market, gourmet shops. Free time for lunch. Afternoon: transfer to Dozza, guided tour to the village famous for its painted walls, an open air museum. Visit of the Regional Wine Show room of Emilia Romagna located inside the Malvezzi – Campeggi castle.

Visit of a farm producing Colli Imolesi DOC wines with tasting. Overnight stay.

4th day: Parma

Morning: visit of a cheese dairy producing Parmigiano Reggiano  DOP. Transfer to Parma and guided tour of the old city centre. Visit of a production of Culatello DOP or of Prosciutto di Parma DOP. End of services.

All the producers visited during the stay belong to the Wine and Travel Italy community.

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