I am in Modena, of course, renowned for traditionally made balsamic vinegar. At the epicenter of Emilia-Romagna, Modena lies between Bologna and Parma on the Via Emilia, the road that has cut a north-south swath through Italy since Roman times.
This issue takes you to Bologna, a center of culinary delights, Florence’s lesser-known museums, and a Campania daily farm; offers a selection of Italian-related summer reading; gives you the scoop on staying in an private Sicilian home; plus the Lowdown on August in Italy and Americans discover the fun of Prosecco.
You've probably heard more about the food of the Emilia-Romagna region than the wines but there's much to discover about the wines of this region. A must-read to choose wines at home or plan a series of vineyard visits.
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The dream child of the brothers behind Italy's most famous pasta, Academia Barilla is a cooking school in Parma for professionals and amateurs alike. Read on for details on this not-to-miss experience.
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