June 20 & 27 vineyard visit: Edible Plants in an Organic Vineyard

Edible Plants from an Organic Vineyard
June 20 and 27
with Livio Pagliari
Barone Pizzini
Provaglio d’Iseo

One of the goals of organic farming is to encourage biodiversity. This means allowing plants and animals to grow in the vineyard and to work together to create a healthy balance for the vine.

Our vineyards host numerous spontaneously growing, edible plants. It’s a wonderful place to discover how organic farming is good for us, delicious, and a fantastic way to get to know our appellation better.

Schedule:

3:30 p.m. – Stroll through the vineyards guided by Livio Pagliari, a veteran hiking guide and an expert in spontaneously growing edible plants.

4:30 p.m. – Guided winery tour.

5:00 p.m. – Guided tasting of three Franciacorta wines with light bites.

Reservations required. Limited spots available. Euro 20 per person. The program for both days, June 20 and 27, is the same. In the case of inclement weather, the event will be held indoors and will include visual aids.

Please email info@baronepizzini.it to reserve or call +39 030 9848311.

spontaneous grasses organic farming grapes

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