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  • Molinelli Romagna Wines

    The Molinelli Winery was founded in 1846 and successive generations of the family continued its tradition of fine wine production to today, in the capable hands of Luigi Molinelli.The vineyards belonging to our winery cover an extension of 31,5 acres,...

  • Villino di Porporano B&B Parma

    Just a few kilometres from the centre of Parma, in the small, homely village of Porporano, a young couple devised and organised this place of delightful rest. Next to the main villa, in the garden grounds, springs an old rural cottage, built in solid...

  • La Stoppa Romagna Wines

    La Stoppa is an ancient estate with vineyards stretching along the Trebbiola valley, not far from the river Trebbia, in the province of Piacenza. The estate extends over 52 hectares, 30 of which are planted with vines and dominated over by an elegant...

  • Podere Casale Wines and Holiday Piacenza Hills

    Traditional methods of cultivation and vinification, along with highly professional expertise, are employed to obtain Podere Casale wines. A modern cellar overlooks the vineyards of the Estate and offers visitors an overwhelming view of the surrounding...

  • Monte delle Vigne Emilia Romagna Wines

    Fra Salimbene, in his medioeval chronicles, called them "Li monti de le vigne". Gentle hills, layed on the right bank of the Taro river, raising up to three hundred meters high, to grant grapes exposed on different sides the privilege of a homogeneous...

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Parma and Piacenza


Crossways and link between the northern plains and the sea, and between the Emilia Romagna and Lombardy regions, Parma has been of great importance over the centuries from a strategic as well as cultural point of view. Parma, the "Petite Capitale" of the Duchy of Marie Louise of Austria, celebrated by Giuseppe Verdi, narrated by Giovannino Guareschi and present in films directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, regularly fascinates art lovers, people keen on culture and music and all sports and nature lovers. It is famous all around the world for its gastronomic specialties, such as Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, Prosciutto crudo di Parma (salt-cured ham) and Culatello di Zibello (a kind of salt-cured ham).
The province of Piacenza is located between the river Po and the Padana Plain, rich in historic-cultural treasure and gastronomic specialties, such as Grana Padano DOP cheese, salame, coppa and pancetta Picentini DOP (local salami) and excellent DOC wines (Gutturnio, Bonarda, Ortrugo).

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