Magna Grecia Classic Method, sparkling wine event

The Politeama of Catanzaro, the location for excellence in southern “bubbles.” There is a new production trend within the Italian wine-growing landscape that has included the Southern regions already for a few years. The champenoise method has in fact infiltrated many wineries in the mid-section of Italy, which, through the use of native grape varieties, […]

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Cirò promoted in the German press

The invention of the Gregorian Calendar, which still today is based on the measurement of time around the world, was by a Calabrian: Aloisius LILIUS. This is how it begins, the three page long and very interesting article dedicated to this illustrious fellow citizen and his hometown of CIRÒ, published by the prestigious German biennial […]

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Sila National Park elected unanimously as the winner of the 2017 CIA Green Flag

With the unanimous vote of the Examining Committee, Sila National Park has been chosen as the winner of the XVth edition of CIA’s (Confederation of Italian Farmers) ‘Agriculture Green Flag’. The prestigious national prize was awarded on November 10th at a ceremony held in Rome’s Capitol, within the framework of the ”extra-business” strategic initiatives, the […]

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Ready for the workshop “The tourism professions”

Gearing up for the first edition of the workshop Le Professioni del Turismo (the tourism professions) to be held Saturday, November 11, 2017, at 9:00 am at the Aula Magna Academy of Fine Arts in Reggio Calabria on Via XXV Luglio, 10, organized by the Calabria Formazione and EuroForma Calabria associations, under the patronage of […]

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Cosenza is the top city in southern Italy for quality of life

Cosenza is the top city in Southern Italy in the program regarding quality of life (urban ecosystem) revealed on the Environmental Quality Report of the capital cities of the province published today by Sole 24 Ore and presented this morning in the Alessi Hall of Marino Palace in Milan, with the attendance of Mayor, Mario […]

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Can you make it in tourism in Calabria?

On the internet as well as on the billboards of Reggio, we see mysterious slogans inviting us to rethink our tourist vocation more concretely. Questions such as: “Can you live on tourism?” This being the main question that along with other more specific ones such as “How can I open a bed & breakfast?” or […]

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Masseria Fornara and the rice from the plains of Sibari: lesson in eco-sustainability

The development of ecological sustainability in the territories of southern Italy and the Mediterranean is closely linked to food sovereignty: The greater or lesser capacity that local communities can demonstrate to culturally and economically appropriate their own natural resources. Therefore, to build through this actual added value, capable of generating and sharing endogenous wealth, distinguishing […]

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New initiative, BIORTILIA: fresh from farm to table

A giant pumpkin, almost record-sized at 36 kg; Sibari tomatoes, elongated aubergines, and basil are the main ingredient to prepare a scented and authentic pesto; freshly picked walnuts and chilli pepper of the Amando variety, are among the protagonists of this period devoted to preserves for the winter. Then, the black tomato, rich in antioxidants […]

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Slow Food: 100% fruit juice in schools

Now that multinational companies have voluntarily decided to withdraw their cans of sugary, high calorie soft drinks from secondary school vending machines by next year, we believe that this provides the perfect excuse for Calabrian companies to offer to provide the schools in this region with the best agro-food beverages from our area. In fact, […]

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