The presentation of the famous Michelin guide will take place for three consecutive years in the land of Franciacorta.
An alliance marked in the sign of a deep sharing in the field of enogastronomical valorization and not only.
Franciacorta is an international synonym of wine culture, of respect and listening to the territory: the partnership with Michelin is an important recognition that goes in the direction of rewarding the great commitment of this land and its appellation for the promotion of Made in Italy in the world.
The 19 towns which are part of the Franciacorta area which is strongly characterized by a past and a present rich in enogastronomy.
The viticultural tradition has its roots in the sixteenth century with the “curtes francae” and arrived to the “mordaci” wines of the sixteenth century.
In this environment, on the hills, was finally born the Italian “Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita (DOCG)” which means controlled and guaranteed denomination of origin, dedicated to the Franciacorta method, emblem of a land which has always been suited for viticulture, also thanks to the vicinity of Lake Iseo, which mitigates temperature changes.
The publication of Michelin guide is one of the main international references for the evaluation of the quality of the offer of restaurants, hospitality and tourism.
When we talk about Franciacorta the thought immediately goes to the extraordinary wine produced in the area south from lake Iseo, in the province of Brescia.
Besides wineries and wide expanses of vineyards, the territory can offer much more.
It is an enchanting place that fascinates you for its medieval towers and ancient palaces of the sixteenth century, for its castles, small villages and, of course, for its nature which is capable of offering breathtaking views and sceneries.
Thanks to the variety of these places, Franciacorta can offer many experiences that combine history, culture, nature, sport and relaxation.
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