The project is ambitious: we would like to transfer an old but still radicated culture.
We looked for and found a watermill of the 17th century: it still works. Then we felt the smell of the milled corn.
We had a great emotion looking at this old watermill working, the water invading the canal and the stone moving and milling the golden corns, trasforming them in flour. How could we keep that sensation of a "stopped time" alive? What can we do to make this traditions not lived only in a folkloristic way?
We answered: living them.
And here it is our project: lat's taste together our lands.
Taken for granted that the typical products, the tecniques and recipts to create them are part of the rural culture guarded by the small towns, we have chosen all them as objects of our projects and as instruments to "link yesterday and today".
We tried to organize some routes that lead to the places where our rural culture was born and finds its origin and that allow to join the traditional activities of our land.
We propose to you to live with us our art and quotidianity how they were and still are.
We don't feel to be represented by a nice bottle shown in a wine-shop as much by rows of ripe grape, by people with shears ready for the vintage, by the olives' harvesting, by the search of truffles and by cooking together our products.
And then we're proud of our art: from the Bramante's sanctuary to the Perugino's pictures, from the Pomarancio's works to the Etruscan graves and castles.
These lands link together tradition art and nature, which satisfy all our senses: these are LANDS TO TASTE.
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