Valle D’Aosta

Valle D’Aosta

Valle D’Aosta in the northwest of the country has a cold Alpine climate and thus dishes up some seriously comforting...
Piemonte

Piemonte

Vying with Tuscany as the most important wine producer, Piedmont certainly boasts a more sophisticated cuisine, a meeting of household...
Lombardia

Lombardia

This is the engine room of Italy, and at least its financial and political centre. The diverse cuisines of Lombardy...
Trentino Alto Adige

Trentino Alto Adige

Trentino Alto Adige is an area that is characterised by division and symbiosis. In the northern mountainous terrain of the...
Veneto

Veneto

Veneto stretches from the mountainous Dolomites across sweeping plains ending at the sea and the famous city of islands, Venice....
Fruili Venzia

Fruili Venzia

Sharing a boarder with Slovenia, Austria and Veneto has led to diverse mixture of cultures and cuisines that are wholly...
Liguria

Liguria

Here is perhaps the classic ‘Mediterranean’ cuisine as we understand it; light olive oils, foccaccia and light sauces based on...
Toscana

Toscana

Tuscany IS Italy to some people, and there’s no argument that in food and wine – as in most other...
Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna is dominated by the mighty Po river giving rise to some of Italy’s most fertile farming lands. Food...
Le Marche

Le Marche

Separated from neighbouring Toscana by the Apennines Mountains and boarded by the Adriatic coast, Le Marches geography makes it a...
Umbria

Umbria

The rolling hills of Umbria are covered in olive groves and grazing sheep. Medieval towns dot the country side as...
Lazio

Lazio

Lazio, the home of Rome, was the heart of the Roman empire. History is seen around every corner in a...
Abruzzo

Abruzzo

A region that survived centuries of unrest under countless regimes vying for power. The regimes, though long gone, have left...
Campania

Campania

Campania is famous for it’s beauty as well as it’s food. The beauty of the coast line has captivated people...
Basilicata

Basilicata

Basilicata is the mountainous region of Italy’s north. Rugged and unforgiving terrain make agriculture difficult in this sparsely populated region....
Puglia

Puglia

The heel of the Italian boot, Puglia is Italy’s flattest region. The sweeping plains of Puglia are utilized extensively for...
Calabria

Calabria

The Calabrian culinary scene is still a celebration of simplicity and rusticity; the elements are pasta, vegetables, eggplant, tomato, basil,...
Molise

Molise

Molise is Italy’s smallest regions, splitting from neighbouring Abruzzo in 1967. The dishes of tiny Molise are characterised by pasta,...
Sicilia

Sicilia

Sicily is a product of a textured and vibrant past. Sicilian cuisine and culture is wholly unique but influenced by...
Sardegna

Sardegna

Geographic isolation has created a culturally unique region in Sardegna. A mountainous island surrounded by the emerald waters of the...