Discover the products of the Historic Houses in the brochure dedicated to the Week of Italian Cuisine in the World.
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"Food Education: Culture of taste" is the theme of the fourth Week of Italian Cuisine in the World which will be held from 18 to 24 November 2019. The initiative is dedicated to promoting quality Italian cuisine and our agri-food products abroad. excellence.
The week sees the diplomatic-consular network and the Italian cultural institutes committed to offering a large number of events around the world: seminars and conferences, meetings with chefs and cooking classes, tastings and dinners, which accompany the promotional activities commercial. Italian cuisine is also told through its projection in art, with films, concerts and photographic exhibitions. And there is no lack of in-depth moments on topics of great current interest, such as the relationship between food and environmental sustainability, the culture of healthy food, food security, the right to food, food education, territorial identities and biodiversity , following the legacy of Expo Milano 2015.
The Products of the Italian Historic Houses will be told during the week of cooking in different Enit locations around the world. The role of historic homes in the protection of the Italian landscape is underlined.
The owners of historic houses dedicate a constant commitment not only to the conservation and protection of a significant part of our cultural heritage, but also, where possible, to the development and promotion of activities that have a direct impact on the economy of the territories, in particular to the in rural communities.
The wine and olive oil production sector is closely linked to a sustainable growth of national tourism and is the link between the artistic and gastronomic excellence of the territory.
A journey through historic homes is a journey through time and taste that unfolds through Italian traditions: from the fine DOC Euganean Hills of the Palladian villas to the Nero d'Avola of Sicilian baroque residences, from the Chianti of Tuscan castles to the ancient Frascati tuscan residences ”.