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15/10/2021 - 17/10/2021

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Camera di Commercio di Pisa
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, 5
Pisa


Terre di Pisa Food&Wine Festival” celebrates its 9th edition, with a new format and a new location, but in the name of the best food and wine tradition of the “Terre di Pisa”, always with an eye to health and food safety. For the first time, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, right in the city centre, will be the setting for the stands of local producers of wine, oil, cheese, cured meats, pasta, wine, beer, liqueurs, chocolate and biscuits.

The event will take place outdoors, with wooden structures set up specifically to create an urban park that will recall the countryside and the places of origin of our typical and traditional products, the involvement of bars and restaurants that have their own dehors on the Piazza, and events in the premises of the Chamber of Commerce.

Opening hours to be defined


Programme (see below) to be confirmed

Restaurants and bars in the square will offer specific menu and workshops: local products will be used as raw materials for the preparation of original or traditional dishes, paired with local wines. At the Oil Bar you will learn more about the organoleptic characteristics of oils of different origins through guided tastings and information on oil and food pairings.

Chocolate, the “food of the gods”, will be the subject of tasting workshops and a final competition open to the public. Participants, guided by experts, will be asked to identify its organoleptic characteristics and decide which is the best.

The University of Pisa will also be present, with its Nutrafood interdepartmental centre, where information will be provided on how to buy and consume food more responsibly, healthily and safely, from fish to chocolate, bread to apples.

Space for children: in front of Keith Haring Murale, children will become artists, involved in drawing and colouring activities linked to food and invited to have a tasty snack with local products.

Conventions with museums and tourist guides for admission and guided walks will be offered at discounted prices during the three days of the festival.

Tourist offers for a one-day wine and food experience or a longer stay among art an