These fascinating underground rooms also house the Permanent Collection, the heart of the Enoteca and Bacchus’s paradise. Here it is like going on an imaginary journey through an ideal wine list; the more than 1000 labels on display are arranged based on their pairings with food.
A full and tasty calendar of the traditional festivals, dedicated to the culinary specialties of Emilia Romagna, and of the most important exhibitions dedicated to wine and food.
Back in Forlì is the 15th edition of this fair of quality local products. A journey to rediscover the flavors and culinary traditions of all the regions in Italy, accompanied by the third edition of Forlì Wine Festival, dedicated to Emilia Romagna wines. January 27-29.
In the town of San Gabriele di Baricella (Bo) this festival will be held in honor of "his majesty" the pig. Visitors can see pork butchery and the traditional way of making cracklings and headcheese and they can taste great local dishes starting in the early morning. January 29.
What not to miss
Carved out during the restoration of the monumental complex of the Chiesa dei Servi, the Center is a vast building that hosts different expressions of the food culture. Casa Artusi with its library, restaurant, cooking school, wine cellar, and events area is a museum of home cooking.
What to do
For those who have not yet had their fill of sweets during the holidays, here is a recipe for sweetbread, a typical Ferrara food. Created back in the 1600s, this dish is known for its dome shape and is embellished with almonds and candied fruit and flavored with aromatic spices and cocoa.