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A festival rich in traditions, during which aspiring bakers are boasting with the world’s largest bread product records. 

Days of Honey Events

An event of the show-and-sell character.  The event is regional and gathers beekeepers from both Montenegro and neighbouring countries.

The Festival of Taste in Gruczno is one of the most important culinary events in Northern Poland. Many people make a pilgrimage there each year to learn local varieties of honey, cold cuts, tinctures or jams. This is demonstrated by the festival guests, who are gourmets from all over the country, fans, often restaurateurs and culinary journalists.

The Honey and Wine Festival is traditionally organized in Negotin on 12th of May.

The festival offers tasting and sales from the vineyards and apiaries, the proclamation of the best wine of the year, souvenir sales and a great program of culture and entertainment. 

Traditional folk fair with cultural - entertaining program for children and adults. Colorful falling leaves, the smell of sweet honey and mead, a show of traditional arts and crafts.

Poppy seed cakes are considered a sign of opulence; hence Polish desserts cannot have enough of them. They are often further enriched with honey, dried fruit and nuts. This dish called Kutia in Polish is a traditional Christmas dessert.

Beekeeping has a long tradition in Laško. Try this sweet delight made of honey and called Thermana Honey Pie with Warmed Cream in order to get a taste of the local traditional food.

Lombardy was one of the first regions in Italy to fully develop the idea of Wine Roads, with the promotion of the creation of the Wine and Food Roads of Lombardy network. This is a series of ‘gourmet itineraries’, whose aim is to enhance and promote typical quality wine and food products. The produce, whether it is wine or food, is always produced using the traditions and culture of their territory of origin. There are currently twelve roads recognised by the Region.

Lombardy was one of the first regions in Italy to fully develop the idea of Wine Roads. They did this by promoting the creation of the Wine and Food Roads of Lombardy network. This is a series of ‘gourmet itineraries’, whose aim is to enhance and promote quality wine and food products, typical to the region. The produce, whether it is wine or food, is always produced using the traditions and culture of their territory of origin. There are currently twelve roads recognised by the Region.

Lombardy was one of the first regions in Italy to fully develop the idea of Wine Roads, by promoting the creation of the network of Wine and Food Roads of Lombardy. This is a series of ‘gourmet itineraries’, whose aim is that of enhancing and promoting typical quality wine and food products, in the context, however, of the traditions and culture of their territory of origin.