I was very pleased to have met and photographed Count Paolo Marzotto at his beautiful Sicilian vineyard ‘Baglio di Pianetto’ in the picturesque hills of Santa Cristina Gela south of Palermo.
Very much at ease in front of the camera, I found Paolo to be very charismatic, magnetic and energetic, his enthusiasm and optimism, contagious. Read More
If you have the opportunity to venture half an hour from the eternal city to the hilltop village of Tivoli, you will be rewarded with the wonderful experience of exploring Villa Adriana and Villa D’Este, two World Heritage listed sites on the Tiburtine hills east of Rome.
Where better to indulge your taste buds in some of the best artisan chocolate and confectionery in Italy’s most elegant, baroque city.
Turin, Piedmont, in northern Italy, on the border of Switzerland and France, is renowned for the tradition of hand crafted chocolates and confectionery. ‘Gianduiotto’ chocolate, a sumptuous blend of cocoa and hazelnuts, is the specialty of Turin, having been first invented there in 1865. Read More