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Women and Wine – Donatella Cinelli Colombini in Tuscany

In 1998, Donatella Cinelli Colombini took over the running of the family Tuscan wine estates, comprising Casato in Montalcino and Fattoria del Colle in Trequanda. She sought out a professional cellar master at the local oenologist school in Siena. She … Continue reading

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Away from the manger: the Italian Christmas Tradition of the Presepio

Christmas in Florence: The streets are all decked out in pretty Christmas lights, the shop windows around the historical city centre sparkle with stunning decorations, the Christmas market in Piazza Santa Croce is in full swing. And Piazza del Duomo … Continue reading

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December Slow Food Events in Italy

The silly season is a great for any serious foodie. This is particularly so in Tuscany, where the foods are wholesome, hearty and delicious. And with most foods still prepared in traditional ways, they are even good for you! For … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Food in Florence: from meat to mmmm-eat!

Working your gastronomical way through the list of must-try food in Florence, you’re gonna eat a lot of (albeit it absolutely delicious) meatstuff, none more famous than the Bistecca alla Fiorentina (that’s beefsteak Florentine style). But there is also much … Continue reading

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Pasta! Pasta! Pasta! Why an Italian meal without pasta is almost not a meal!

Pasta is the staple not just of the Italian diet, but the culture itself. Conversations revolve around it, familial relationships are formed around its production and consumption, special occasions are celebrated with it, arguments can start over it, and whole … Continue reading

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Why it’s not impossible to resist – the Slow Food Dairy Resistance

We at Artviva have little to no resistance when it comes to tasting delicious Italian cheese varieties, the best gelato in the world, the delicious hand-made chocolates found in little boutiques along cobbled laneways, or to delicious creamy and cheesy … Continue reading

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