What can you eat at Slow Wine Fair?

It’s a question many have asked – and understandably so! So here’s what we can offer you after a long session of tasting good, clean and fair wines.


BStradi is a Conetemporary Bottega that shares the joy of Emilian cuisines through fresh, handmade pasta and artisanal products made with local, seasonal ingredients. It’s a dynamic offering that follows the seasonality of natural products and pays tribute to the specialties of the Piacenza area.

On the menu

  • Pasta dishes, including vegetarian options


Pantura is a traveling kitchen based in Milan, whose values are the simplicity of its recipes and the quality of its ingredients.

The menu

  • Brsuchetta with stracciatella and semi-dried tomatoes
  • Grilled octopus with potatoes

La Collina delle Meraviglie by Stappo

The food truck of Collina Delle Meraviglie by Stappo is managed by Giulia Guandalini and Fabio Giavedoni, who aim to promote local products, the culture of sustainable wine and incentivize open-air socializing.

The menu is made up of pasta dishes, including vegetarian options

  • Tortelloni with sage and butter
  • Gramigna with pumpkin cream

Migliori olive all’ascolana

A mainstay at Slow Food events since 1996, the Olive Ascolane by Migliori are typical snack from the Marche: breaded, fried olives stuffed with meat and spices, with variations on the theme including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.

The menu includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options

  • Mozzarelline (breaded and fried mozzarella)
  • Cremini (breaded and fried balls of custard!)
  • Carciofini (breaded and fried artichokes)
  • Olive con quinoa (vegan)
  • Olive and mozzarelline (gluten free)

I due gatti

I Due Gatti are from Food Valley in Emilia, an area known worldwide for its gastronomic delicacies. They prepare highly-digestible dough thanks to the use of stoneground flour with a long, natural fermentation period. These are seasoned with fresh, seasonal vegetables, as well as cured meats and cheeses from local producers.

The menu includes vegetarian options

  • Hamburger
  • Baked products
  • Slices of pizza (vegetarian)
  • Bufalina with tomato, mozzarella, basil (vegetarian)
  • Journey to Recco with tomato, mozzarella, Prescinsêua cheese, taggiasca olives and Genoese pesto (vegetarian)

Quelli della bombetta

Quelli della bombetta present a symbolic dish of their region, Puglia. The explosion of taste from the first bite is made possible by the right ingredients.

The menu

  • Bombetta pugliese (a wrap with capocollo pork, canestrato cheese, and pepper)

Forno Brisa

Forno Brisa is an independent bakery composed of 30 young people for whom feeding people also means safeguarding sustainable agriculture from the environmental, economic and nutritional point of view.

The menu

  • Coffee and baked products
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