Discover the exotic island of Sicily

Discover the exotic island of Sicily

With influence from its Greek neighbors, in addition to, Spanish and Arab inhabitants of the island, Sicilian cuisine is often said to be one of the best in Italy. The islands volcanic soil means that there is a rich produce of vegetables and grains, as well as a variety of fresh seafood on offer. This means … Continued

Food & Wine: Sardegna

Food & Wine: Sardegna

For seafood lovers, the beaches of Sardinia are the perfect place to visit.

Food & Wine: Lazio

Food & Wine: Lazio

The hilly landscape and country side of the region boasts rich and fertile soil perfect to grow an array of vegetables that are prominent in Lazio dishes.

Food & Wine: Marche

Food & Wine: Marche

This region’s location on the coast of central Italy means that Marche cuisine is full of the freshest of seafood straight from the coast.

Food & Wine: Umbria

Food & Wine: Umbria

Having no access to the coast, the land locked region of Umbria serves plentiful dishes made up of predominantly land based produce.

Food & Wine: Toscana

Food & Wine: Toscana

Food from the Tuscany region has, for centuries been renowned for its simple elegance.

Food & Wine: Calabria

Food & Wine: Calabria

Many of the foods originating from the Calabrian region are dishes made with hearty and filling pasta, soups and vegetable.

Food & Wine: Puglia

Food & Wine: Puglia

The hillside landscape of Puglia, allows plenty of land for grains, grapes and olive plants to flourish.

Food & Wine: Molise

Food & Wine: Molise

The Molise region strongly reflects influence from its former rulers, the Sicilians.