The Biella area: land of food and wine excellence
The Biellesi, famous all over the world for their fabrics, have never exported their culinary culture, with interesting characters of originality. The enhancement of the local gastronomic tradition has awakened in recent years the attention of producers and restaurateurs, who have enabled the preservation of this aspect of culture biellese.
Events, exhibitions, manifestations introducing the lovers of taste towards the discovery of local products made in artisan way, by promoting knowledge of the area biellese through its flavors.
Discover the Biellese through its flavours... taste the typical products made in an artisanal way, just as tradition dictates.
Simple and ancient preparations that arise from the combination of alpine products with the products of the plain, modest resources of a poor agriculture, in a Piedmont of old times.
The province of Biella offers a C.G.D.O. wine, Erbaluce di Caluso, and four C.D.O. wines: Bramaterra, Lessona, Canavese and Coste del Sesia. Discover the wineries and book your visits to the vineyards and tastings in the cellars.
In the last decade, the Biellese established itself as a hub of avant-garde and innovation in the production of craft beers that focus on care, research and innovation. Discover the Biellese breweries and book your tasting experience.
Baraggia DOP rice
The first and only Italian rice boasting a PDO designation is in Piedmont, whose crops extend throughout the provinces of Vercelli, Biella and Novara. Discover the producers in the Biellese and organize your visit to the rice farms!
SLOW FOOD TRAVEL
Slow Food Travel Montagne Biellesi is a Slow Food project that focuses on food and local production, offering travel experiences consistent with the "good, clean and fair” philosophy. Producers, restaurant and accommodation operators that are part of it are intertwined with the cultural sites of the Biellese Museum Network, for the growth of a sustainable tourism that accompanies travelers in the discovery of foods, the people who produce them and the distinctive places of the Biellese landscapes.