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Bruxelles bureaucrats drink the watered wine. I drink well, I drink soberly, I drink Italian

In Bruxelles they talk about watering down wine, a proposal that aims to produce de-alcoholised wine by adding a certain…

Investing in the truffle culture to love the territory

Francesco Loreti Urbani, lives in his Scheggino and in this charming Umbrian country, he created the Truffleland. A truffle growing…

Journey through the Italian cities of truffles: Borgocarbonara in Lombardy

The town of Borgocarbonara, a recent fusion of Borgofranco and Carbonara, is crossed by the Po whose main embankment draws…

The insects eat them yourself: I prefer a good drizzle of extra virgin olive oil

You eat the insects: I don’t eat the larvae, the crickets and the grasshoppers. I prefer a good drizzle of…

The moon, its influence and the miracle of the truffle. A magic that is perpetuated all year round

The generation of the truffle depends on the rain but above all on the influence of the moon in the…

The tale of the truffle, regional reminiscences: Tuscany

Following the thrust of the Truffle Research Center, even Tuscany, already in the eighties, began its “truffle” awakening thanks also…

Meeting at the Ministry. The Truffle Supply Chain and Ceremonial want to fascinate the guest

The Undersecretary for Agricultural Policies with responsibility for truffles Gian Marco Centinaio received Olga Urbani, owner of the historic Urbani…

Truffle farming and tartuficultura: investing in agriculture to embellish the territory

Joined by Giuseppe Cristini, director of the Academy of Truffles in the World, Francesco Loreti Urbani explains his idea of…

Associazione nazionale città del tartufo presents Castelbuono in Sicilia

Each Italian territory has its own truffle terroir that must be valued and studied. This is the case of Castelbuono…

Fish and truffles: the new summer trends to bring people back to restaurants

In a few days the “throw” of the tuber aestivum, the summer scorsone that will keep us company until September,…