October is the time of chestnut festivals and the Bigliolo bean sagre in Lunigiana.
Slow food, organic farms and sustainability in Lunigiana, Italy
You can sample and buy a range of excellent wines, including vino sfuzo, wine on tap.
In early June 2013, Rai Uno television featured Francesca Ferrari and Paolo Lucchetti from the olive farm Lucchetti Ferrari near Pontremoli.
Behind the unpretentious shop front of Salumifio Artiginale di Gombitelli in the hills behind Camaoire, lies an amazing artisan producer of salumi, including the little known pink lardo or lardo rosa.
Guest contributor, Mr Ciao Lunigiana, recounts his experiences of riding an electric Parco Bike at this year’s Pedalata dei Castelli event.
A brief summary of the article on the wines of Lunigiana that appeared in Wine & Spirits magazine.
A self-guided cycle tour for foodies from Parma to Lucca through the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano National Park, via Lunigiana and the Garfagnana.
Adapt the traditional British pancake made on Pancake Day by using the DOP chestnut flour from Lunigiana.