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The history of the trattoria is, first of all, an extraordinary gastronomic fairy tale that begins in the Borgo Trento neighborhood in Brescia, where Antonio Porteri opens his shop in 1875, today the oldest delicatessen shop in Lombardy.
In the small town of Palazzolo sull’Oglio, Osteria della Villetta has preserved the history and traditions of the place for over 100 years, straddling the wine culture of Franciacorta and the philosophical culture of the "Third Paradise".
In the Porta Romana area of Milan, Trippa is a welcoming contemporary trattoria where the talent of Diego Rossi marries the head-to-tail traditional eating philosophy with the mastery acquired in haute cuisine.
A recipe that was born at the end of the 15th-century and which, thanks to its unique flavor, conquered the Gonzagas, becoming the protagonist of the famous banquets of the "First Woman of the Renaissance", Isabella d’Este.
At the gates of Cremona, an ancient seventeenth-century farmhouse with beautiful embattled architecture that the Grasselli family, owners since 1700, brought back to life according to the rhythms of nature and organic farming, just like in the past.
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