See the Fall Colors of Northern Italy, & Eat Something Too

... where even the traffic noise from the single solitary street dissappears into the hillside. Ristorante al Roccolo is, for a lack of better terms, an Agriturismo, which simply means that everything they prepare is grown on the property. The wine is produced there, the vegetables are grown there, and the meat is raised there. Perhaps the only thing that is not grown on site is the salami and cheese, but these too have the possibility. When you arrive you have the choice (if the weather is accomodating)...
October 1st, 2009 | The Venice Guide | Read More | Comments: 0
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