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THE TASTE OF TWO EMPIRES

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The journey of the strudel: from the Egypt of Suleiman to the ballroom dances of Empress Sissi
 

THE TASTES OF SPRING

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Imaginative recipes from the herb fairy, Alexia Zöggeler

DISCOVER OUR WINE: THE SAUVIGNON

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A time travel through fragrances, vineyard and wood barrels. 

INTERPOMA: WELCOME TO THE LAND OF THE APPLE

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Interpoma 10 specialist trade fair – Big Apple comes to Bolzano.

A GOURMET DINING TOUR

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On the table - four top chefs, four restaurants, and one dinner.

WHERE THE LAGREIN AND ST. MAGDALENER WINES GROW

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Bolzano, with its 500 hectares of vineyards, is South Tyrol’s second biggest wine producer

FINE FOOD IN BOLZANO

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Guided gastronomic walks to the ancient hostelries of the medieval centre of Bolzano

THE CLASSICAL HOT DRINK, TEAS AND HERBAL INFUSIONS ARE TRENDING

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It warms the hands, it warms the cockles of your heart, it creates atmosphere – and it is good for you. Teas and herbal infusions. Teas come in all colours: black, green or white, with or without caffeine (thein and caffeine are practically the same) in all sorts of blends, and much the same goes for infusions, often erroneously also called teas.

PUR SÜDTIROL, ORGANIC PASTA FROM THE ALPS

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Wholesome and hand-made

BACCHUS IN BOLZANO

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Two dates for wine-lovers to remember: 22nd July - St Magdalener parish fair and 10th August - Lorenzi Night. Bolzano is the essence of a wine town. Vineyards of the vintners’ cooperative and of more than 20 private wineries extend from right in the centre to all around the town. With its 510 hectares of vineyards, Bolzano has around 10% of South Tyrol’s total wine-growing area. The town is especially proud of its two autochthonous or local wines: Sankt Magdalener and Lagrein.

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