The majority of Northern Italians buy their wine from local cantina’s in the area. We have about 2 or 3 that we continuously go to to get wine.
After all those sweet recipes that I have shared with all of you; I wanted to share one of my favorite places to burn all those calories off.. and that is in Susegana, a small picturesque city in the province of Treviso.
Here is one of the largest bonfires in the Province of Treviso in a small village called Arcarde.
My friend Kelly and fellow expat who also lives in Treviso pretty much summed up what tonights festivities throughout Italy consists of..
It amazes me that in December, Vittorio’s grapes are still on the vine.
I had to take a couple shots and share with you guys..
As you can see nothing ever ceases to amaze me here in Italy.
The beauty in nature.
All photos are taken by Inspired in Italy 2015..
Happy Sunday friends/ Buona Domenica a tutti 🙂
Uva fragola from Vittorio’s garden in October.
Uva Fragola which translates to Strawberry grape got its name from the sweet pulp that it produces.
I’ve been living in Italy for going on five years now, so I think it’s safe to say I know a thing or two about the Italian Culture, specifically in Veneto. As with every region in Italy (20) there are different cultures, dialects, foods, traditions and so on..
There are some things that the Venetians are known for such as