Piedmont, a Region to discover
portal of quality food products
Located between Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta.
The culture of the French-Provençal between the Stura di Lanzo, the Novalesa Abbey and the Gran Paradiso National Park
The legacy of the Walser culture of Upper Valsesia is nestled in a landscape dominated by the majestic presence of the Monte Rosa.
Located between Alessandria and Tortona where the Rivers Po, Tanaro and Scrivia flow and transport the fragrance of canestrelli and baci di dama cookies
The plains between the Stura of Demonte and the River Po where the Marquis of Saluzzo overlooks the fertile plains of Cuneo
Land of great wines, such as the Ghemme and the Gattinara, and the unmistakable landscape of Baraggia where Italy's most prized rice varieties are cultivated
Found between the mountains and the sea
Wool mills and sanctuaries in the midst of forests, meadows, pastures and mountain pastures.
The Swiss Vaud confines, forests, meadows, Savoy residences and the great city of cars and various industries
The agro-food production of Piedmont has unique characteristics and their quality is closely linked to their history. There is a deep bond with the respective territories of cultivation and processing.
To make these products known and appreciated by all, various activities undertaken by the institutions and producers' organizations are in place to safeguard, value and promote them, through quality policies as well as a system of wine cellars, wine producers, fairs, markets and eco-museums.
The subject of nutrition is of great importance in promoting an effective, widespread and active tutelage of the population's health which calls for a daily commitment to build a real and substantial improvement in the quality of life. (historical buildings hosting regional wine-and-food products, wine cellars, ecomuseums and food tasting spots).
Being able to trace the path of a certain food from the information available on the origin of the raw materials used to make the finished product, which signifies providing the consumer with a direct access to the "history" of the food product written on the label thus making its quality more recognizable and to guarantee its safety.