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De gusto tasting - MIMOSA Project

Grado (Gorizia): 1 Jul 2022, h: 18:30 - 1 Jul 2022, h: 20:00 - Free event

Event dedicated to the Interreg V A Italy-Croatia 2014-2020 cross-border territorial cooperation project, MIMOSA. An integrated service with 4x4 exhibition booth set up , preparation and serving of refreshments for 50 people. The products offered were chosen by De gusto:

  • Salame Friulano - Az. LOVISON (UD);
  • Aged and fresh goat cheese - Az. FATTORIA VECCHIO CORTILE (UD);
  • Sott'oli (zucchini) - Az. UN CUOCO IN CAMPAGNA (UD);
  • Breadsticks - Az. MARCORITTO VALENTINO (PN);
  • Brut sparkling wine - (Az. TENUTA VILLANOVA DI FARRA) (GO);
  • Water - (DOLOMIA) (PN). 
Location Via Trieste - Molo Torpediniere 34073 Grado (Gorizia) See the map
Via Trieste - Molo Torpediniere 34073 Grado (Gorizia)
Grado is an elegant seaside town with a historic center with Venetian charm that is revealed among campielli and alleys overlooked by picturesque fishermen's houses. In the old town, in Campo dei Patriarchi, the Basilica of Santa Eufemia and the adjacent Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Grado's oldest, dominate the scene. It is known as the island of the sun, because its three kilometers of beach, facing south, are never in shadow and also because, thanks to its special microclimate, the sun never fails here. Once belonging to the domains of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Grado was much loved by the Habsburg aristocracy, which, since the 19th century, reached the Island for the baths and the prized marine thermal baths that still combine health and beauty and are the ideal place to revive the body and spirit. Grado today is an organized seaside resort: excellently equipped beaches offer relaxation and fun for adults and children. In fact, the shallow waters make the Grado coastline particularly suitable for families. An efficient network of bicycle paths allows pleasant excursions inland. Every first Sunday in July, Grado celebrates a picturesque festival: the Perdòn di Barbana. A striking procession of boats, decorated with flowers, garlands and flags, reaches the Marian shrine on Barbana Island to fulfill an ancient vow the town made 800 years ago. (Taken from:
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