From Cheese to Chocolate, passing through Wine and the typical Panettone of Milan: 5 events where you can taste Italian food directly from producers. Buon Appetito!
On October 7th and 8th Carroponte holds CarroWine, the wine and food event organized by L’arte del Vino, where you can can taste over 250 different Italian wine labels.
During the fair you can buy wine bottles and regional food directly from the producers.
You also have the opportunity to take part in Mini Courses by Sommelier to discover the art of tasting.
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This festival includes tastings selected artisan products, children’s workshops and show cookings.
Moreover, Navigli area is a perfect path for cycling among the river!
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Panettone Day Temporary Store
In October the Temporary Store dedicated to the artisan Panettone opens again.
But, wait… What is Panettone?
Panettone, unquestionably sweet of Christmas, is one of the symbols of the Milanese pastry shop; with its domed shape, dates back to the Viscount Court of the late XIV Century.
The Temporary Store, in Corso Garibaldi 42, hosts the finalists and winners products of the Panettone Day 2017 competition.
Moreover, the 25 exclusive recipes of these handmade Panettoni are sold in the 500 gr version at a special price of €10 each.
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Lombardia Beer Fest
From October 26th to 29th, in Piazza Città di Lombardia, the Lombardy Beer Festival returns to the second edition, with 15 of the best breweries in the region.
In addition to the tasting of handmade pints, try the Italian street food organized by Streeat European Food Truck Festival – Bufala specialties, fried dumplings and olives ascolane – and listen to Barley Arts Promotion’s musical selection.
From October 27th to 29th, Fondazione Stelline hosts FormaggItalia 2017, the first edition of the consecrated initiative for Italian cheese crafts.
Visitors, thanks to the collaboration with ONAF (National Organization Cheese Tastes), will be able to try and buy the best products made in Italy.
50 exhibitors, including producers, refiners and consorts, present a selection of cheeses from all over the country and made with both traditional and modern techniques.