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Love at First Sip

Us and them. Some go to Verona, Italy, in the search of their Romeo or Juliet, or to nurture their shakespearean story. Many go to Venice, about 100 km away, to wander amid the beautiful maze of street canals and Byzantine palaces. But where should do wine lovers go? At the very meeting point, half-way between the two V’s: it also starts with a V… Valpolicella. Be open for a new adventure. This region is going to bring you a different kind of romance, by shaking your beliefs and disrupting what you though you knew about wine. It is no ... Read More »

The Contemporary Middle Age

A little wooden signboard in the grass on the left seems to withstand the passing of time to say you’ve arrived at the right place. Two majestic gates slowly open in front of you and offer you a passage to a travel back in time. Nothing breathes more history, authenticity, tradition, and you move forward just as if you are seduced by an invisible siren of the past. Perfectly anchored in the Middle Age with many marks of that era preciously kept throughout the village, Il Borro has and continues to confidently build on its ancestral character to offer privileged ... Read More »

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