Emilia Romagna Food & Wine
Discover Emilia Romagna Food & Wine with Francesco, a food expert, and sommelier.
With 44 certifications, Emilia Romagna boasts the largest number of PDO and PGI products in Europe.
In this webinar Francesco will talk about Parma ham, Parmesan cheese and lesser-known produces like Pignoletto wine and Majani chocolate.
You will also discover beautiful hamlets, like Brisghella, wild landscapes such as the Comacchio valley, and the iconic Ferrari and Lamborghini museums.
Read on and discover more about Emilia Romagna.
Emilia Romagna Food & Wine: Parmesan Cheese, Majani Chocolate and wine
Learn the history and the culture behind Parma Cheese and Ham and discover less known delicacies (asparagus, pear, salame, provolone…). Have you tried Majani tortellini-shaped chocolates? Perfect for the holidays.
Parmesan Cheese Emilia
Over 1000 years of history
Produced since the year 1000 according to a recipe of the Benedictine monks, it is still prepared in the same way, hand-made.
Chocolate since 1796
Teresina Majani began with her laboratory of sweet things in 1796. The brand still belongs to the same family and they have been able to make it famous all over the world.
The most cultivated grape
It is the most cultivated red grape variety in Italy, a symbol of this nation, but the only PDO is Romagna Sangiovese. Try it young or reserve
Hamlets in Emilia Romagna
The best way to try these delicacies is in a local trattoria. Outdoor tables, cobblestone streets, and medieval architecture. Discover Brisighella, Dozza, and castell’Aruqato, the finest villages in Emilia Romagna.
Defined as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Brisighella stands out in the heart of the gypsum vein park and along an ancient connecting road between Ravenna and Florence.
Graffiti and wine
Between Emilia and Romagna, this enchanting medieval village colored by many artist murals houses the headquarters of the Regional wine shop
Back to the Middle Ages
Medieval atmospheres in Val d'Arda, between Piacenza and Parma, if you are looking for castles and ancient fortifications, this is the area for you
Experiences in Emilia Romagna
At 652 Km, the Po is the longest river in Italy. Discover its Delta Regional Park in Comacchio, hike in the Appennines, and… get a close look at Ferrari and Lamborghini in the motor valley!
Sand dunes and birds
Between land and water, sand dunes and quicksand, this area of inland waters has kept its most primitive and wild aspect, home of the roast eel!
Nature and peace
You can swim in the rivers and visit old monasteries. Between trekking and wild nature.
As fast as it gets
Land of slow food...but also of fast cars. Visit Ferrari museum in Maranello or the Lamborghini museum and factory. Discovery tours of other high-end brands can also be arranged.